West Virginia health systems, facilities allocated $19M in federal funds

Nine West Virginia healthcare sites, including some operated by two of the state's largest providers, will receive approximately $19.3 million in federal funds from the Department of Health and Human Services, according to a Sept. 21 report in The Inter-Mountain.

Morgantown-based WVU Medicine will receive $11 million of the funding for research, laboratory space and capital spending at WVU Children's Hospital, the report said.

Charleston Area Medical Center is to receive $2.25 million for help with cardiovascular care integration and telenursing services.

CAMC joined forces with Morgantown-based Mon Health System to form Vandalia Health last year.

More details on the funding projects can be found here.

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