Healthcare & Bioscience
Morgantown, WV healthcare facilities earn the top spots on almost every list. In fact, Morgantown was named a top STEM city in the nation.
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Since it was established in 2001, MedExpress has grown to become a leader in convenient patient care. The company got its start in Morgantown and now boasts urgent care clinics in more than 15 states providing affordable health care options to patients in need.
Mon Health Medical Center
Mon Health is part of a larger organization called Mon Health System. The hospital in Morgantown was the first in the county, opening its doors in the early 20th Century. The organization has grown to include Preston Memorial Hospital, Monongalia EMS, Mon HealthCare Equipment and Supplies and the Village at Heritage Point. Other affiliates of the hospital include the Surgical Eye Center of Morgantown, Morgantown Hospice, HealthSouth MountainView Rehabilitation Hospital, HealthWorks Rehab and Fitness, The Sleep Center of Mon General, The Wound Healing Center of Mon General, The Foundation of Mon General Hospital and The Auxiliary of Mon General Hospital.
“WVU Medicine is West Virginia University’s affiliated health system. Through its eight hospitals, three institutes, and more than 800 physicians, specialists, and sub-specialists, WVU Medicine provides comprehensive healthcare services to all of West Virginia, Southeast Ohio, Western Maryland, and Southwest Pennsylvania.
As West Virginia’s largest healthcare provider and second largest employer, WVU Medicine provides the full continuum of care – from pediatrics to geriatrics, and from primary care to complex diagnosis.
WVU Medicine also includes dozens of medical offices and a diverse network of affiliated organizations.
WVU Medicine, though, is more than a name. WVU Medicine is a promise to everyone that no matter where you see that name, you will find the best in healthcare.” Source – wvumedicine.org