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 850-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.