Three Campuses - One Vision for Health
Most WVU medical students undergo a portion of their training at these off-campus sites where they learn the demands of rural health care first-hand.
The main campus in Morgantown is located in the WVU Health Sciences Center, a large, modern medical complex that also includes the Schools of Dentistry, Nursing, Pharmacy and Public Health.
WVU’s School of Medicine Charleston Campus hosts nearly a third of third and fourth year WVU medical students in the state’s capital city, where they take clinical courses with full-time and clinical faculty through an affiliation with Charleston Area Medical Center (CAMC). The campus is one of the oldest regional medical education campuses in the United States.
WVU's Eastern Campus provides community-based, direct clinical experience and teaches students in a longitudinal fashion in collaboration with University Healthcare, a partner of Berkeley Medical Center in Martinsburg and Jefferson Medical Center in Ranson.