The Warren T. Anderson, M.D. Center for Cardiac Care features three cardiac catheterization laboratories, 14 pre- and post-procedure rooms, a stress lab and two nuclear cameras.
A pregnancy center that counsels women not to have abortions has moved next door to a women's health facility in Charleston that provides abortions.
Old Colony Realtors congratulated CAMC on meeting their fundraising goal of $15 million for the new CAMC David Lee Cancer Center.
HUNTINGTON, WV — Marshall University's Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine has been looking for new space where it can grow its rapidly expanding biomedical research program. Now, it's found the space it needs – at the university's Forensic Science Center Annex.
With Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin's decision to expand Medicaid, many West Virginians could be part of that change in coverage when that it takes effect at the beginning of next year.
MORGANTOWN, WV (AP) — West Virginia University's Faculty Senate says the school should be allowed to look at other health insurance options for its employees.
Joe Tuttle, who acted as executive director of the Clay-Battelle Health Services Association from 1973 to 2012, was presented the 2013 Rural Health Leadership Award over the weekend.
WESTON, WV (AP) — The state has awarded a $12 million contract to build a 50-bed forensics unit at the William R. Sharpe Jr. Hospital.
CHARLESTON, WV (AP) — More than $2.4 million in federal funds is being made available to help West Virginia health centers enroll uninsured individuals into health insurance coverage.
(AP) — A new smoking ban in Buckhannon is headed for some revisions.
Hospice of Southern West Virginia will host its 13th annual Palliative Care Conference June 13-14 at the Tamarack Conference Center in Beckley, the organization recently announced.
(AP) — The Cabell-Huntington Health Department is making contact with more than 100 people as it investigates two confirmed cases of tuberculosis.
There are several aspects of behavioral health and some officials are debating whether insurers are doing enough or will be doing enough under the ACA to cover the full spectrum.
MAXWELTON, W.Va. (AP) — Seneca Health Services Inc. plans to build a $1 million inpatient psychiatric treatment facility in Greenbrier County that will serve patients from six counties.
Insurance agents can help clients plan ahead and pick the coverage that fits their needs.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin on May 2 announced West Virginia would expand its Medicaid program to comply with the Affordable Care Act.
According to the Washington Post, 20 other states and the District of Columbia have expanded Medicaid and 14 are planning to reject it.
A strategic component of the campaign was the integration of new hospital spokesperson Mary Lou Retton. Retton is the Fairmont native who won a gold medal in gymnastics in the 1984 Olympics.