|Why train at CAMC?
Being a resident in training at Charleston Area Medical Center means becoming part
of a well-respected team at an academic medical center which encourages
Because we are a nearly 900 bed tertiary care health system with major affiliations with West Virginia University and the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, we offer a balanced experience in both private practice and academia
Our dedicated physicians have a full-time commitment
to training physicians to practice in a broad range of environments,
from the highly technical to the most rural. As a resident, you'll
learn from them during office and clinical rotations. You'll also
teach. The experienced faculty, diverse setting and the blend of
clinical and academic involvement will prepare you for a challenging
and successful future.
We recruit and retain physicians who teach and strive for excellence, innovation, and quality. Our faculty members focus on introducing residents to different health care settings in a wide range of locations to ensure a fulfilling educational experience.
Compensation and Benefits
CAMC provides competitive salaries and health care benefits along with incentive programs throughout the community.
Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence
CAMC is the only hospital in West Virginia to receive this Healthgrades award. U.S News Best Hospitals also recognizes CAMC as high performing in 8 adult specialties.
CAMC is an organization committed to taking care of every person served. Diversity is part of who we are and how we work.
||Residencies and Fellowships
CAMC features 20 residency and fellowship training programs with over 170 training positions. We offer the perfect balance between community hospital and academic medical center.
CAMC offers rotations in numerous specialties for visiting medical students and residents.
Admissions and Application Process
We welcome your application and encourage your interest. Our programs have different application requirements, methods of submitting applications, and timelines. Please visit each individual program page for more information.
Life in Charleston, West Virginia
Among the mountains that we call home, Charleston is both the capital and largest city in West Virginia. Here you will find small town charm mixed with metropolitan amenities and activities. Join us as Charleston continues to combine hip with historic through the arts, great food, and outdoor adventure.
CAMC Institute is the only nationally accredited hospital-based provider of CME in West Virginia offering over 2000 continuing education programs.
Research at CAMC With 400 active research protocols, CAMC is a leading academic research and medical institution, playing a critical role in serving the healthcare needs of West Virginia and the nation.
With over 7,000 square feet dedicated to simulation teaching, residents have state of the art learning opportunities to enhance patient safety and care.