Opened in 1956, in Huntington, West Virginia, Cabell Huntington Hospital (CHH) is a 303-bed teaching hospital for Marshall University Schools of Medicine, Pharmacy and Nursing. CHH is home to the Hoops Family Children’s Hospital and the Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center and cares for patients throughout West Virginia, eastern Kentucky and southern Ohio. CHH is a member of Mountain Health Network, which includes St. Mary’s Medical Center, a 393-bed teaching hospital that operates St. Mary’s Schools of Nursing, Respiratory Care and Medical Imaging, and a management agreement with Pleasant Valley Hospital, a 201-bed facility with 101 licensed acute beds and 100 long-term care beds.
All of us at Cabell Huntington Hospital share a common value - providing excellent care that promotes lifelong good health. Your medical care includes very personal attention to the details that help make all patients and their families feel at home.
Our Mission is to meet the lifetime healthcare needs of those we serve, to provide the highest level of service, quality and efficiency, and to advance health care through education. Our Vision is to be the hospital of choice for the communities we serve.
At Cabell Huntington Hospital, you will find quality medical facilities and services to get you well and patient education resources to keep you well. We are not only concerned with your physical health needs; we are also sensitive to your emotional and educational needs. At Cabell Huntington Hospital, the road to recovery is made easier by physicians, therapists, nurses, technicians and counselors who are every bit as caring and compassionate as they are highly skilled.
For more than a decade, CHH has been a regional leader in minimally invasive procedures. In 2017, the Institute for Minimally Invasive Surgery (IMIS) was established to recognize CHH’s commitment to advance the science and practice of minimally invasive surgical procedures that benefit patients.
As the only unit of its kind in West Virginia, the Burn Intensive Care Unit offers a specially trained crew and air and ground transport services for burn patients. Care focuses on a team approach, with physical and occupational therapists, dietitians, respiratory therapists and other specialists working together with the nurses and medical staff to help burn patients address each facet of their recovery.
Cabell Huntington Hospital's Advanced Primary Stroke Center is a multidisciplinary stroke program, home to one of only two accredited neurophysiology labs in West Virginia. The Advanced Primary Stroke Center has earned The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval™ by demonstrating compliance with The Joint Commission's national standards for healthcare quality and safety in disease-specific care.
CHH hosts one of the most advanced emergency and trauma centers in the region. The country’s first Level II joint trauma center is staffed around the clock with physician specialists, anesthetists and surgeons ready for any emergency.
Our comprehensive maternity services include the Center for Advanced Reproductive Medicine for couples facing infertility, the Perinatal Center for women experiencing high-risk pregnancies and a Mother & Baby Unit that delivers more than 2,700 babies each year.
CHH’s Orthopedics Services include a nationally recognized joint replacement program, sports medicine, orthopedic oncology, hand/upper extremity surgery, surgical podiatry, pediatric orthopedic surgery and a senior fracture program, as well as an orthopedic surgery residency program.
Neuroscience Services at CHH include adult and pediatric neurology and neurosurgery, an Advanced Primary Stroke Center, an Epilepsy & Seizure Center and Neurophysiology Lab, a Pediatric Concussion Clinic, a Back & Spine Center, two Sleep Disorders Clinics, and the region’s only National Multiple Sclerosis Society Partner in Care program.
In addition to the hospital itself, the campus includes several other healthcare facilities sharing our mission and serving our community:
The Marshall University Medical Center adjoins Cabell Huntington Hospital through a four-story atrium. In addition to the administrative offices and the clinical practice area, it includes the Harless Auditorium, Cabell Huntington Hospital Gift Shop, Perk Place Coffee Shop, the SMART Center and the Marshall Pharmacy. Patients have access to Marshall University's physicians and specialists, as well as all the services the hospital has to offer, all conveniently located under one roof.
The Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center offers comprehensive cancer care and technology for children and adults, including the da Vinci® Surgical System, a TrueBeam™ linear accelerator, PET/CT scanning, image-guided radiation therapy, 3D mammography services and an active clinical trials program.
The Hoops Family Children’s Hospital (HFCH) is a member of the Children’s Hospital Association and includes a 36-bed Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, a 25-bed General Pediatrics Unit, a 10-bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and a Neonatal Therapeutic Unit. HFCH offers the latest in medical technology and treatment for critically ill newborns, infants and children, as well as specially equipped air and ground transport services for pediatric patients requiring immediate attention.
Other healthcare facilities sharing our campus include the Perinatal Center, the Center for Lung Health, the Pain Management Center, the Fresnius Kidney Care J. Robert Pritchard Dialysis Center, CHH Pediatric Rehabilitation, The Institute for Minimally Invasive Surgery, Ronald McDonald House, and Marshall Dentistry.