Parkersburg has become a regional healthcare center with outstanding physicians, hospitals, and specialized services. Camden-Clark Medical Center, consisting of the Memorial Campus and St. Joseph's Campus are anchors the "medical mile" in Parkersburg, with the PARS Brain and Spine Clinic and a variety of specialists located between the hospitals.
Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital has served the region since 1898. The hospital's 150-strong medical staff provides a full range of medical services. Camden-Clark is the home of the Community Comprehensive Cancer Center, a designation issued by the American College of Surgeons, Commission on Cancer, which reflects on the hospital's commitment to provide the finest in cancer care.
St. Joseph’s Hospital is a 325-bed acute-care regional hospital which has served the region since 1900. The hospital became the region's cardiac services center in 2003, and it has been named one of America's top 100 hospitals by the HCIA-Sach’s Institute.
Camden-Clark Medical Center was formed in 2011 as a result of the merger between Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital and St. Joseph's Hospital. CCMC is a member of the West Virginia United Health System and is the currently the 3rd largest Center in the State of West Virginia.