Elkins, WV – Davis Health System (DHS) is officially joining CAMC Health System and Mon
Health System as part of Vandalia Health, a health system that stretches north to south in the
The combined health system is the second largest not-for-profit integrated health system in
West Virginia. It includes more than 180 outpatient care locations, over 70 specialties, and
employs nearly 13,000 employees and providers.
“We are very pleased to bring our health systems together and bring better care to
communities across the state,” said DHS President & CEO Vance Jackson. “Rural, underserved
communities will gain access to the best providers and medical care available as we leverage
the strengths of this integrated health system.”
A Vandalia Day Celebration was hosted by each Davis Health System hospital on Monday,
December 4. Staff, medical staff, community members and representatives of Vandalia Health
gathered to “kick-off” the finalization of the agreement for DHS to join Vandalia Health.
“Davis Health is the newest member of Vandalia Health, and we look forward to building on our
collective strengths to improve local healthcare,” David Ramsey, Vandalia Health President &
CEO, told the crowd. “Each member of Vandalia Health shares a commitment to the well-being
of our communities and the health care we can provide.”
Davis Health System includes Davis Medical Center in Elkins, Broaddus Hospital in Philippi; and
Webster Memorial Hospital in Webster Springs. Also part of the health system is a cancer
center, specialty care clinics, long-term care, and other complimentary affiliates.
As part of Vandalia North, Davis Health System will be closely aligned with Mon Health System.
“We’re already expanding our nationally recognized Mon Health cardiology services with Davis
Medical Center in Elkins,” said David Goldberg, Mon Health System President & CEO and
Executive Vice President of Vandalia Health. “This represents just one service line where
enhanced access will benefit the local community. We are excited for the opportunities the
merger creates to enhance care and make it more affordable and accessible to the local
communities in which we serve. ”