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Along with health-related academic programs offered to students, WVU physicians and other health care professionals provide healthcare services to patients at locations all over West Virginia. Our three campuses in Morgantown, Charleston, and the Eastern Panhandle are the medical hubs for their regions.
Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center
WVU's Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Campus is a large, modern health sciences complex
that includes Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, and Pharmacy, three hospitals,
a physician office building, and state-of-the-art cancer and eye centers.
WVU Medicine Children’s
WVU Medicine Children's in Morgantown provides specialty maternal, infant and pediatric
care for the state of West Virginia and the surrounding region. It provides care
to high-risk mothers, premature infants and children with life-threatening conditions
through adolescence to adulthood.
School of Dentistry
From the classroom to the clinic, WVU dental and dental hygiene students work in small groups and get extensive hands-on experience in patient care. Graduates can go directly into practice or begin exciting careers in oral health research.
WVU Eye Institute
The WVU Eye Institute offers a full range of routine and complex eye care services,
including comprehensive eye exams, contact lens fitting, low vision evaluation
and rehabilitation, laser vision correction, and subspecialty medical and surgical
Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center Charleston Campus Division
The West Virginia University Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center Charleston Campus Division
is a regional campus for three schools–Medicine, Nursing, and Pharmacy. It houses regional campuses of the Eberly College’s West Virginia University
School of Social Work and the Central Area Health Education Center of West Virginia,
as well as the Poison Center of West Virginia.
Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center Eastern Campus Division
The Eastern Campus Division is part of the larger Health Sciences Center in Morgantown.
Community-based direct clinical experience is provided. The Eastern Panhandle of
West Virginia is comprised of nine counties - Jefferson, Berkeley, Morgan, Hampshire,
Mineral, Hardy, Grant, Pendleton and Tucker.
School of Medicine
We exist at the forefront of modern medicine — advancing the scientific study of
human life and bringing critical care to all who suffer. In our biggest cities,
smallest towns and rural areas, we are the face of medicine.
WVU Rockefeller Neurosciences Institute
In memory of his mother, Blanchette, who suffered from Alzheimer's disease, U.S. Senator Jay Rockefeller originally established the Blanchette Rockefeller Neurosciences Institute, but changed the name in 2017. RNI is a not-for-profit
research institution that partners with government and private enterprise in the
search for cures for brain disorders, especially those affecting memory.
Rosenbaum Family House
WVU Medicine’s Rosenbaum Family House is located steps away from J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital. It is here where care, convenience and a support network away from home combine so that patients and their families can focus on treatment and healing.
WVU Heart and Vascular Institute
Led by Vinay Badhwar, MD, FACS, FACC, and some of the most respected cardiac surgeons, cardiologists, interventional radiologists, cardiac electrophysiologists, and vascular surgeons, the heart and vascular programs of West Virginia University and WVU Medicine are among the best in the United States.