Recent News Articles
Fight Like a Kid
The imaging department at CAMC Women and Children's Hospital created a hand print station to engage patients and families in raising awareness for childhood ca .....Read More
Fashion show gives survivors a time to shine
The CAMC Cancer Center hosted its third annual fashion show Oct. 4. The runway show featured several models, who are cancer patients and survivors, wearing outfits and acces .....Read More
CAMC granted a Pulmonary Critical Care Medicine Fellowship
The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) has approved CAMC for a Pulmonary Critical Care Medicine fellowship. This three-year program will begin July 1 .....Read More
Robot debuts at Women and Children's Hospital
CAMC celebrated another robotic milestone when surgeons began using the da Vinci robot at CAMC Women and Children's Hospital recently.
The da Vinci® Surgical System is .....Read More
Common signs / symptoms of hypothyroidism
Hypothyroidism most commonly occurs when the thyroid gland isn't producing enough thyroid hormone, either because it can't (primary hypothyroidism) or because it isn't being s .....Read More
CAMC in our community
CAMC ranked #1 in state by U.S. News & World Report
CAMC has been recognized as the #1 hospital in West Virginia by U.S. News & World Report.
"We are proud to be recognized as West Virignia's top hospital," said Dave Ram .....Read More
Heart & Soul: Mark James
Mark James is a respiratory therapist.
The person who nominated James said he was sitting in the emergency department waiting room with his mother who was sent there from h .....Read More
Heart & Soul: Charlene Smith
Charlene Smith is an environmental services tech. She was nominated for providing excellent service every day.
No matter where she has been assigned, there's never a day wh .....Read More
Welcome new physicians
Kristen Babiak, DO, joins the CAMC medical staff specializing in emergency medicine. She completed an emergency medicine residency at CAMC.
Courtney Bays, DO, joins the C .....Read More
Medical staff recognizes employees
At its August meeting, the medical staff executive committee recognized five employees.
Mary Duiguid, housekeeping, was recognized for her consistent work every day as well .....Read More
Registration open for Medical Explorers!
Medical Explorers is a worksite-based program that gives youth an opportunity to visit community organizations and explore the dynamics of various careers. Exploring is for yo .....Read More
CAMC awarded funds for MAT
The CAMC Health Education and Research Institute has been awarded $135,188 by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR), Bureau for Behavioral Health f .....Read More
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