About the Organization
St. Mary's Medical Center is the largest medical facility in the tri-state region, Cabell County's largest private employer (2400+ employees) and, at 393 beds, is among the largest healthcare facilities in West Virginia.
As a teaching facility associated with the Joan C. Edwards Marshall University School of Medicine, St. Mary's trains medical residents in several specialties. The hospital campus is home to the St. Mary's School of Nursing, the St. Mary's School of Medical Imaging and the St. Mary's School of Respiratory Care. All three programs are associated with Marshall University.
St. Mary's Centers of Excellence in Cardiac care, Cancer treatment, Emergency/Trauma services and Neuroscience, feature the exceptional technology and medical expertise that make St. Mary's Medical Center the region's medical leader. Advanced medical care delivered with compassion is the hallmark of St. Mary's reputation.
Huntington is a vibrant, progressive city offering an unparalleled quality of life. Today, with a population of about 50,000, Huntington is West Virginia's second largest city. Our city is filled with friendly people with warm hearts and still holds on to mementos of its past such as brick-paved, tree-lined streets. Churches and parks abound throughout the entire city. As the hub of the tri-state area, Huntington has something to offer everyone: Marshall University and strong county school system, diverse business base and complete medical community, the Huntington Museum of Art, Pullman Square, award-winning restaurants, sporting events - there is always something going on. Enjoy Huntington, West Virginia, a city full of life and adventure year round.
The entire State has six different interstate systems, meaning, from Charleston, you can reach Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Louisville or Charlotte in four hours or less.
Ski at one of our three acclaimed resorts, Snowshoe, Canaan Valley and Winter Place. Whitewater raft on either the Gauley River or the New River, with Class V+ rapids. Mountain bike or hike throughout the many State forests and parks.