Being a resident or fellow at Charleston Area Medical Center means becoming part of a well-respected team at an academic medical center that encourages innovation. 

Since 1972, we’ve been committed to a mission of education - training thousands of physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other advanced practice professionals. 

We are a nearly 900-bed tertiary care health system with major affiliations with West Virginia University and the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, and our strong academic programs offer a balanced experience in both private practice and academia.  

Our faculty members strive for excellence, innovation and quality. They represent all specialty and sub-specialty areas, and are dedicated to introducing learners to a variety of health care settings. 

Residencies and Fellowships 

CAMC features 19 residency and fellowship training programs with more than 190 training positions. Our physicians and clinicians treat thousands of patients annually from throughout Southern West Virginia and neighboring states, and CAMC has multiple nationally-recognized specialty care programs.

CAMC Mandatory Covid Vaccination Program

In an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and to protect the safety of our patients, employees and visitors, CAMC administration announced on August 25, 2021 that all employees and clinical team members, including all residents and fellows, would have to be vaccinated against COVID-19 on or before October 16, 2021. All new employees and team members must be fully vaccinated to begin work at CAMC. To learn more about this decision, please click read our full statement.

Graduate Medical Education Resources 

At the CAMC institute for Academic Medicine, we’re committed to the training of confident, compassionate academic and clinical leaders, and providing you with the foundation to learn and grow in your career. We welcome your interest, and look forward to hearing from you.  Learn more about Graduate Medical Education resources below. 

2022 Research Day Submission Form