To visit the new UHC Family Medicine Residency Website click here.
UHC offers a certificate program in Radiologic Technology for individuals interested in pursuing training in this field.
The training period is 24 months and begins in June of each year. In addition to formal classes and laboratory practice, clinical experience in Radiologic Technology is provided under the guidance of the clinical instructor and diagnostic imaging staff technologists, all of whom are ARRT certified.
The School of Radiologic Technology is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (https://portal.jrcertaccreditation.org/summary/programannualreportlist.aspx).
For more information and an application to UHC Radiologic Technology program click here.
United Hospital Center offers a certificate program in Diagnostic Medical Sonography for individuals who are interested in pursuing training in this field. This program is designed as an advanced discipline of study for graduates of an accredited educational program in Radiologic Technology. UHC's Diagnostic Medical Sonography program incorporates clinical and didactic experiences to prepare individuals for professional practice in general medical and vascular sonography.
For more information and an application click here.
United Hospital Center is pleased to offer a new resource to the north central West Virginia community with the addition of a clinical navigator, at the Cecil B. Highland, Jr. & Barbara B. Highland Cancer Center. Find out more by clicking the link below.
The clinical navigator will focus on the breast patient's continuum of care by providing the following:
· Teaching/encouraging a breast cancer risk reducing healthy lifestyle
· Age appropriate breast cancer screening practices
· Education and support for patients while undergoing diagnosis
· Following breast cancer patients and families through treatment
· Providing education, support and resource mobilization through the entire care continuum from prevention, diagnosis and treatment, and during transition to survivorship.
· Development of a breast cancer education and support group
The clinical navigator is available to assist UHC patients and the north central West Virginia community, by being a navigator or guide for breast health practices and for patients and families after the diagnosis of breast cancer. For more information please call the Cecil B. Highland, Jr. & Barbara B. Highland Cancer Center at 681.342.1810.