St. Mary's Medical Center (Huntington)
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|St. Mary's Medical Center|
|Sisters of the Pallottine Missionary Society|
|Location||Huntington, West Virginia, United States|
|Affiliated university||Marshall University|
|Emergency department||Level II trauma center|
|Lists||Hospitals in West Virginia|
St. Mary's Medical Center (SMMC) is a hospital in Huntington, West Virginia, USA. It is the largest medical facility in the tri-state region wherein West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky meet. The medical center is the largest private employer in Cabell County with over 2600 employees. 
As a teaching facility associated with the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, St. Mary's trains medical residents in several specialties. The hospital campus is home to the St. Mary's School of Nursing, the St. Mary's School of Radiologic Technology, and the St. Mary’s School of Respiratory Care. All three programs are associated with Marshall University. It is also the home to the Marshall University Physical Therapy program, which began in 2013.
SMMC has centers in cardiac care, cancer treatment, an emergency department with a Level II Trauma Center and neuroscience.
On November 6, 1924, the Sisters of the Pallottine Missionary Society opened St. Mary's Hospital. In August 2002, the hospital was renamed St. Mary's Medical Center. On July 9, 2012 St. Mary's opened a 24-hour-a-day, 7 day a week 12-bed Emergency Room in Ironton, Ohio. It contains acute and trauma rooms, imaging and lab services, and specialty doctors will rotate between the Ironton Campus and Huntington Campus.  
The mission statement of the hospital is:
God-given dignity of each person and the sacredness of human life."