Charleston Area Medical Center

About Charleston Area Medical Center

Vandalia Health System is made up of Charleston Area Medical Center and Mon Health System.
Charleston Area Medical Center - established in 1972, CAMC is a nonprofit, 1,103-bed regional referral center made up of six 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, as well as 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. Mon Health System - the parent company of Mon Health Medical Center, Mon Health Preston Memorial Hospital, Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital, and Mon Health Marion Neighborhood Hospital. It was formed in 1982 to aid in strategic planning and to manage all of its affiliated entities under a common philosophy.
CAMC’s mission is “Striving to provide the best health care to every patient, every day.” The Charleston Area Medical Center we know today was born in 1972 to provide the best care to southern West Virginia patients, and provide quality education for medical and other health care students.


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July 2019 - August 2019 Charleston, WV
“I loved getting to have hands-on experience in the simulation labs at CAMC General. I also loved sitting in meetings at CAMC Memorial planning conventions and other events. ”
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