WVU Medicine - Wheeling Hospital
Wheeling Hospital, founded in 1850, has served patients longer than any other hospital in West Virginia. Today, it is a 223-bed acute care facility with a medical staff of nearly 300 primary care and specialty physicians.
Now, as WVU Medicine Wheeling Hospital, it provides a wide array of primary and tertiary care services. In addition to the hospital, the complex includes the Continuous Care Center and the Howard Long Wellness Center. In downtown Wheeling, the Wheeling Clinic houses additional physician offices, and the Urgent Care clinic in the Stone Center on Market Plaza.
Along with a wide range of services, Wheeling Hospital also boasts a diverse medical staff which includes the specialties of: audiology, podiatry, urology, pulmonology, gastroenterology, cardiology, hematology, oncology, gynecology, pain management, nephrology, family medicine, and general primary care services. The WVU Heart and Vascular Institute, as well as the Cancer Institute, also have facilities at Wheeling Hospital.
Health centers affiliated with Wheeling Hospital include: Bellaire, Colerain, Martins Ferry, Powhatan, Scio, Shadyside and St. Clairsville. Physicians also see patients at Wellsburg Clinic, at 100 National Road in Wheeling, and at East Cove Avenue in Elm Grove. The hospital's newest addition is the Ambulatory Surgery Center in Bridgeport, OH.
WVU Medicine Wheeling Hospital is a faith-based medical provider owned by the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston. In 2021, it became a full member of the West Virginia University Health System (WVUHS).