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Medical Care

Morgantown is a regional healthcare hub with a level-one trauma center and many options for specialty care. Chances are you won't even have to leave campus to find the care you need. 

Health Clinics

WVU Student Health Services is committed to providing top-quality healthcare for students at West Virginia University. Partnering with WVU Medicine and located across from the Student Rec Center, the convenient care and expert providers are an essential part of our students’ healthcare team.
Student Health Services offer wellness visits, vaccinations, on-site X-rays, lab services, telemedicine, referrals and more. Conveniently, the Student Health Building on the Evansdale Campus includes urgent care, travel medicine services, behavioral medicine, the Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic and a pharmacy.
Onsite patient parking is easily accessible and access from the Towers PRT station and bus routes is located behind the building.
Located on the Health Sciences Campus, WVU Dental and WVU Medicine Ruby Memorial Hospital and WVU Medicine institutes and multispecialty clinics are accessible from the HSC PRT station. Onsite parking is available for patients.
Learn more about on campus health services.

Emergency Services

If your life is in danger or if you are facing permanent disability, go to an emergency room. If you are unable to get to the closest hospital yourself, call 911 right away.

J.W. Ruby Memorial Emergency Room 
1 Medical Center Drive 
Morgantown, WV 26505 
Directions to Ruby Memorial Emergency Room

Mon Health Emergency Room 
1200 J.D. Anderson Drive 
Morgantown, WV 26505 
Directions to Mon Health Emergency Room

Well-being Resources

To support students’ journey so they can reach their highest potential and live their best lives, WVU provides a variety of health, wellness and well-being tools. On our well-being website, you can find everything you need, including resources on managing everything from stress and sleep to nutrition and relationships as well as substance misuse, mental health and self-care (and so much more).

Explore the well-being website and  begin a path to health, wellness and well-being.

Useful Resources

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992 Elmer Prince Drive
Morgantown, WV 26506-6563

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390 Birch Street
Morgantown, WV 26506
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