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Ruby Memorial Hospital

The Emergency Medicine Department at WVU Hospitals provides comprehensive emergency care to over 40,000 sick and injured individuals from West Virginia and neighboring states each year Read More

St. Joseph's Hospital

Treating more than 20,000 patients annually, this centrally located facility also features PromptCare, a walk-in treatment center for minor illnesses and injuries.

United Hospital Center

UHC's E. Wayne Corrin Emergency Center treats nearly 48,000 patients per year. The emergency medicine trained staff work to ensure patients receive lifesaving medical care quickly and effectively. Read More

WVU Urgent Care

The walk-in clinic is open 8am-8pm, seven days per week, and provides a complete range of medical treatment for minor illnesses and injuries. Read More

As a university-based clinical department in the School of Medicine, the Department of Emergency Medicine's mission is to provide comprehensive, high quality, efficient, technically advanced "state of the art" emergency care to the people of West Virginia. This is achieved through the following:

  • Integration of timely, pre-hospital care, rapid triage, expeditious resuscitation and stabilization, and appropriate disposition of all patients.
  • Education of medical students, residents, faculty and other health professionals in emergency medicine.
  • The provision of supportive and consultative services to rural emergency departments and systems.
  • Research in rural emergency medicine, injury control and related topics.
  • The establishment and enhancement of courses dedicated to continuing professional education.
  • Ongoing improvement in patient management, communications, and health care delivery.

For more information on the Department of Emergency Medicine contact:

Department of Emergency Medicine
PO Box 9149
Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center
West Virginia University
Morgantown, WV 26506
(304) 293-2436


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