WVU Medicine Children's is moving into a brand new facility in June 2021. Children's will be approximately 155 acute care beds and will include a pediatric emergency department, operating rooms, and outpatient infusion center. WVU Medicine is a regional referral center and home to a large number of subspecialty providers. Specialty services include but not limited to: neonatology, pediatric intensive care, cardiovascular intensive care, cardiology, pulmonology, endocrinology, genetics/metabolic, GI, and maternal fetal medicine.
Pharmacy services will be expanding to provide 24/7 coverage dedicated to the Children's Hospital. We will be looking to hire pharmacists in a variety of settings and roles. This will include: Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Specialists, de-centralized clinical pharmacists, and pharmacists for our sterile products and overnight coverage.
About West Virginia University Medicine
WVU Hospitals, a 720-bed tertiary care center, serves as the primary teaching destination for West Virginia University’s health professions schools. We are a member of the West Virginia United Health System.
The clinical excellence of WVU Hospitals has been nationally recognized (Level One Trauma Center, Magnet recognition for nursing, etc.), and we are widely considered a leading employer of choice for our employee-friendly environment and approach.
WVU Hospitals, the flagship campus of WVU Medicine, includes the flagship hospital Ruby Memorial Hospital, WVU Children’s Hospital, WVU Heart and Vascular Institute, the Jon Michael Moore Trauma Center, Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute, and the Chestnut Ridge Center for Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry on the same campus in Morgantown. University Healthcare in the eastern part of the state and Potomac Valley Hospital in Keyser, WV, are subsidiaries of WVU Hospitals, Inc.