Opened in 1956, Cabell Huntington Hospital (CHH) is a 303-bed hospital located in Huntington, West Virginia, and cares for patients throughout West Virginia, eastern Kentucky and southern Ohio. In 2012, Cabell joined Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine and its practice plan, Marshall Health, to form an academic medical center.
CHH's Burn Intensive Care Unit is the only one of its kind in West Virginia that treats serious or life-threatening burns for people of all ages. As burn victims are vulnerable to infections, the four-bed unit is separate from other areas of the hospital. Patients stay in private rooms where the multidisciplinary team works together to address each facet of their recovery. The Hoops Family Children's Hospital is a member of the Children's Hospital Association and includes a 36-bed, nationally recognized, state-of-the-art Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit; 10-bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit; 25-bed Pediatric Medical/Surgical Unit with all private rooms; and Neonatal Therapeutic Unit that provides care to babies prenatally exposed to medications.
The Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center (ECCC) includes specialists in areas of radiation oncology, surgical oncology, medical oncology and hematology, orthopedic oncology, pediatric oncology, surgical breast oncology, clinical trials and cancer research. It is located on the campus of CHH and the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.
An outreach of CHH, Huntington's Kitchen is the first and only hospital-based healthy cooking center in America. It offers a wide array of cooking classes, demonstrations and events designed to measurably improve the health status of the community.
CHH is recognized as a Best Place to Work by Modern Healthcare and is the only hospital in the state of West Virginia to be named among the 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare by Becker's Hospital Review.
The Mary Hodge's Joint Replacement Center is among America's 100 Best Hospitals for Joint Replacement (HealthGrades, 2012-18); The Institute for Minimally Invasive Surgery has been named a Center of Excellence for Robotic Surgery and Robotic Gynecologic Surgery; the ECCC was WV's first Hidden Scar Breast Surgery Center of Excellence; and the Center for Surgical Weight Control holds the Optum designation as a Bariatric Center of Excellence.
For more information about these any other Cabell Huntington Hospital programs and services, visit www.cabellhuntington.org.