Charleston Area Medical Center

Charleston Area Medical Center

Charleston Area Medical Center

CAMC is home to a nationally recognized Heart and Vascular Center; the largest Cancer Center in West Virginia; National Centers of Excellence in Robotic Surgery, Urology and Continence Care for Women; the first kidney transplant center in the state; Regional Neurosciences Center; West Virginia’s first freestanding Women and Children’s Hospital; highest level pediatric intensive care unit; the most critical NICU resources; the region's only Comprehensive Stroke Center; nationally-accredited Weight Loss Center; BCBS Blue Distinction Center for hip and knee replacement; and the highest level trauma center.  
Charleston, West Virginia, United States Charleston, West Virginia, United States

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Charleston Area Medical Center - established in 1972, CAMC is a nonprofit, 1,103-bed, regional referral
center made up of five hospitals CAMC General Hospital, CAMC Greenbrier Valley Medical Center,
CAMC Memorial Hospital, CAMC Plateau Medical Center, CAMC Teays Valley Hospital and CAMC Women and Children’s Hospital, the CAMC Institute for Academic Medicine and the CAMC Foundation. Nearly 900 physicians
have admitting privileges at CAMC, which is also West Virginia's premiere medical teaching facility,
hosting, on any given day, more than 800 students in programs leading to degrees or certifications
in health professions.

Company History

CAMC has been a teaching hospital for nearly 50 years. On any given day, there are about
800 learners in our facilities. These include doctors and nurses, as well as a variety of
other professions.

The research departments conduct, sponsor and support hundreds of clinical trials,
multi-center trials and clinical and effectiveness research initiatives annually in a variety
of specialty areas.

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