Our emergency medicine teams at CAMC Memorial, General, Women and Children’s, and Teays Valley Hospitals handle more than 100,000 ER visits each year. All of our hospitals’ emergency rooms are staffed by experienced physicians and skilled nurses with the support of comprehensive medical and surgical specialists. Plus, our state-of-the-art medical technology provides diagnostic and treatment support for all types of emergency situations.
As a Level I Trauma Center, CAMC General Hospital is staffed and equipped to care for all major trauma patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Each year, our experienced trauma center staff cares for approximately 3,100 patients. Additionally, General Hospital is home to the region’s only Comprehensive Stroke Center, which means our ER team is specially-trained to quickly assess and care for the critical needs of stroke patients.
CAMC Memorial Hospital is home to one of the highest volume heart programs in the United States. Its emergency medicine team cares for all emergency conditions with special training in assessing cardiac issues with immediate access to on-site imaging, catheterization and surgical capabilities.
Women and Children’s Hospital
Women and Children’s Hospital’s emergency room is staffed by specially trained pediatric emergency medicine doctors and nurses with the support of more than 30 pediatric specialists. Our ER is designed to care for the special needs of babies, children and young adults and includes age-specific equipment for little ones, from beds to blood pressure cuffs, along with access to the most advanced technology and full facilities of our hospital. Our child-friendly environment is designed to calm fears and make the hospital experience a little less scary for kids and their families.
HealthNet Aeromedical Transport
CAMC is a base of operation for HealthNet Aeromedical Services with helipads at General, Memorial and Women and Children’s Hospitals. HealthNet provides critical care transports via medical helicopters to our hospitals for pediatric and adult patients throughout central and southern West Virginia.