Clarksburg, WV — Highland-Clarksburg Hospital’s (HCHI) annual fundraiser proceeds will be geared toward combating the substance abuse and opioid epidemic in the state. The funds raised will support the hospital’s new substance abuse unit and programming, set to open later this year. Enjoy an evening filled with hope and fun while supporting a great cause.
Clarksburg, WV — Despite chilly temperatures, approximately 100 adults and children, runners and walkers alike, got into the holiday spirit by wearing their ugliest sweaters and participated in Highland-Clarksburg Hospital’s Ugly Sweater 5K Glow Run on National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day.
Clarksburg, WV — Highland-Clarksburg Hospital’s annual Patient Art Show was held Friday, November 10 and featured artwork made by patients, activities staff and local vendors. Over 15 patients sold artwork at the event. Art and craft items included jewelry, holiday decor, drawings and more.
Clarksburg, WV — On Tuesday, November 7th, members of Clarksburg Police Department, Clarksburg Fire Department, Harrison County EMS, SWAT Team, Harrison County Bureau of Emergency Services and Office of Emergency Management, responded to Highland-Clarksburg Hospital (HCHI) for a live, active shooter drill.
Highland-Clarksburg Hospital Signs Rose Vial for 2018 Donate Life Rose Parade
Clarksburg, WV — Highland-Clarksburg Hospital, joined the Center for Organ Recovery & Education (CORE) for a rose vial signing ceremony. The rose vial will be placed on the Donate Life Rose Parade® float featured at the 2018 Tournament of Roses® parade.
Highland-Clarksburg Hospital donates shoes and supplies to two Harrison County Schools
Clarksburg, WV — Highland-Clarksburg Hospital has wrapped up their inaugural Soles for September Shoe Drive to benefit two Harrison County elementary schools. Collection of shoes occurred at the front of the hospital for the whole month.
Clarksburg, WV — Highland-Clarksburg Hospital launched their Substance Abuse Program on July 5, 2017. This program commenced as a pilot program for adolescents ages 13-17, with a dual diagnosis, providing inpatient treatment for those in need of detoxification/intensive substance use treatment.
Clarksburg, WV — Highland-Clarksburg Hospital is now offering a community support group, CRAFT Beyond Addiction, for parents and partners of those suffering from addiction.
Clarksburg, WV — Highland-Clarksburg Hospital launches a new website to give a fresh look to the hospital’s online presence.
Clarksburg, WV — Highland-Clarksburg Hospital has announced that they will be expanding services in 2018. The $17.4 million dollar project is expected to be complete in 2018.
Morgantown, WV — Highland-Clarksburg Hospital staff visited three Energy Express sites in Monongalia County on Monday, June 26, 2017. Participants at Mylan Elementary, Skyview Elementary and Mason-Dixon Elementary were presented with a program focused on stress and conflict in children, and how it can be controlled.
Clarksburg, WV — The Imagination Playground Playroom Open House and Business After Hours events attracted many visitors to Highland-Clarksburg Hospital. Adults and Children alike were able to play with the Imagination Playground blocks and see the paintings the activities staff worked on for the playroom.
Clarksburg, WV — Highland-Clarksburg Hospital’s Heidi the Highland Bear and staff promoted wellness at the Harrison County Parks and Recreation sponsored Summer Parks Program on June 19.
Clarksburg, WV — Highland-Clarksburg Hospital’s Activities Department is holding their Inaugural Summer Camp, Camp “MAYKUHCHANJ” (Make A Change), for the Children’s Unit this week. This new program highlights the camp experience and gives the children a variety of fun, new activities to participate in for the week.
Clarksburg, WV — Highland-Clarksburg Hospital has received funding through the Walmart Community Grant. These funds will support the hospital’s therapeutic programs and crisis stabilization services.
Highland-Clarksburg Hospital awarded Hospital
Accreditation from the Joint Commission
Highland-Clarksburg Hospital announced it has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for Hospital Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal of Approval is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective patient care. The Joint Commission generally reviews a Hospital’s accreditation on a tri-annual basis. Highland-Clarksburg’s original accreditation was October 2013.
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