The West Virginia University Health System, the state’s largest health system and largest private employer, is comprised of ten hospitals – its flagship hospital, J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown; Berkeley Medical Center in Martinsburg; Braxton County Memorial Hospital in Gassaway; Camden Clark Medical Center in Parkersburg; Jefferson Medical Center in Ranson; Potomac Valley Hospital in Keyser; Reynolds Memorial Hospital in Glen Dale; St. Joseph’s Hospital in Buckhannon; Summersville Regional Medical Center in Summersville; and United Hospital Center in Bridgeport. It also provides management services to Wetzel County Hospital in New Martinsville; Wheeling Hospital in Wheeling; Garrett Regional Medical Center in Oakland, Maryland; Barnesville Hospital in Belmont County, Ohio; and Harrison Community Hospital in Harrison County, Ohio. The WVU Health System also includes five institutes – the WVU Cancer Institute, the WVU Critical Care and Trauma Institute, the WVU Eye Institute, the WVU Heart and Vascular Institute, and the WVU Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute.
Four WVU Medicine hospitals were recognized by U.S. News & World Report as part of its 2018-19 Best Hospitals in the United States.
This year’s three national rankings for adult programs came on the heels of WVU Medicine Children’s receiving its first-ever national ranking in Pediatric Urology (42nd).
Ruby received its first-ever national ranking last year, when Urology was ranked 26th. Ruby and three additional WVU Medicine hospitals – Camden Clark Medical Center, Jefferson Medical Center, and United Hospital Center (UHC) – were all ranked as High Performing in Common Adult Procedure and Condition Ratings. (US News & World Report)