The fellowship training program is one of the subspecialty training programs at Marshall University School of Medicine. The program is an integrated program of two or three years' duration based at the three teaching hospitals affiliated with the School of Medicine, the Huntington Veterans Administration Medical center (federal, 80 beds), Cabell Huntington Hospital (private, 300 beds), and St. Mary's Hospital (private, 400 beds). The VA Medical Center has military service-connected patients and the Cabell Huntington and St. Mary's Hospitals have mainly private patients.
The medical clinics and the Chertow Diabetes Center are located in the Byrd Clinical Center, an 88,000 square-foot facility located at 1249 15th Street nearby the Marshall University Medical Center Cabell Huntington Hospital complex. The Clinical Center houses the Department of Medicine, the Department of Cardiovascular Services as well as teaching facilities for medical students.
The Veterans Administration Medical Center has 65 beds in medicine; the Cabell Huntington Hospital and St. Mary's Hospital each have approximately 100 beds in medicine. All three hospitals are geographically close to each other and to the Medical School. All hospitals have modern facilities and provide extensive medical services including nuclear medicine, radiology, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, and laboratory that are particularly important to the diagnosis and management of endocrinology problems and diseases. Modern library facilities with computer line terminals to the National Library of Medicine are available at the Huntington VA Medical Center and Marshall University School of Medicine.