Outpatient Clinics

Marshall Psychiatry – Point Pleasant
Marshall has a newly renovated outpatient department and clinic at the Marshall Ohio Valley Center in Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Here, residents will see outpatients under the supervision of faculty attendings. The office houses patient rooms, faculty offices, a classroom, resident lounge and offices for the program director program administrator. The location also features a nice outdoor garden space for enjoying on pretty days. This office serves as the “home base” for the residency program in Point Pleasant..

Marshall Psychiatry - Huntington
20th Street Professional Building
1115 20th Street, Suite 205
Marshall Psychiatry offers a varied range of mental health services at its outpatient cilnic in Huntington, West Virginia. Residents will work with board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrists doing evaluations in this subspecialty service. They will also participate in a variety of didactics at this location as PGY-1 and PGY-2 residents.

Teaching Hospitals

Rivers Health
Rivers Health, a member of Marshall Health Network, is a 101-bed acute care hospital in Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Built by the community for the community in 1959, Rivers Health remains true to its original mission today – providing quality health care to rural residents of Mason and Jackson counties in West Virginia and Gallia and Meigs counties in Ohio. Here, the psychiatry resident may do medical emergency room, and internal or family  medicine rotations as an intern. PGY4 residents will do psychiatry consults to the ER and medical/surgical units.  

Mildred Mitchell Bateman Hospital
Mildred Mitchell-Bateman Hospital ("MMBH") is a 110-bed state psychiatric facility with both male and female occupancy located at 1530 Norway Avenue, Huntington. MMBH is one of only two state-funded hospitals in West Virginia. Residents will work with Marshall faculty on all their rotations. MMBH is primarily for acute adult psychiatric patient care; however, some patients do have long-term hospitalizations. Rotations there will enhance residents' experience in community psychiatry and working with those with chronic and severe psychiatric conditions, as well as those requiring commitment for inpatient care. The resident will rotate on specialty units including the Intellectual and Developmental Disorders Unit, “STARS Unit,” as well as a geriatric psychiatry service, the “Respect Unit.” Residents will also have a unique experience in working with long term patients who require extended time to achieve wellness. The MMBH medical director and deputy medical director are both Marshall Psychiatry faculty.

Cabell Huntington Hospital
Cabell Huntington Hospital ("CHH") is located in the heart of Huntington, West Virginia, on Marshall University's health sciences campus. CHH is a general acute hospital that serves as the primary teaching hospital for the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. It does not have a psychiatric inpatient unit, but residents rotate there for consult service and Emergency Room, including child and adolescent inpatient and emergency room consults.

Hershel "Woody" Williams VA Medical Center
The mission of the VA Medical Center in Huntington, West Virginia, is to provide veterans with the highest quality healthcare services to promote healing, diminish suffering, and encourage a healthy lifestyle as well as to provide education and training through academic institution affiliations and to further medical research. Psychiatry residents will train with experienced addiction specialists in a large Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program as well as a residential addiction inpatient service. Residents will work with an experienced and dedicated addiction multidisciplinary team as part of this excellent educational experience.

St. Mary's Medical Center
St. Mary's Medical Center is the largest medical facility in Huntington and is among the largest healthcare facilities in West Virginia.  As a teaching facility associated with the Joan C. Edwards Marshall University School of Medicine, St. Mary's trains medical residents in multiple specialties. St. Mary's Centers of Excellence in cardiac care, cancer treatment, emergency/trauma services, neuroscience, and orthopedics feature the exceptional technology and medical expertise that make St. Mary's Medical Center the region's medical leader. St. Mary’s Behavioral Health Unit is a 28-bed adult acute psychiatric unit that also offers Psychiatric consultation services and Psychiatric Emergency Room services. Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is also offered at this location.