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Ohio Valley Medical Center (OVMC), founded in 1890 as City Hospital, was a 200-bed health care facility located in the heart of downtown Wheeling, West Virginia. While the building was remodeled and greatly expanded throughout the years, the architecture dates back to the Ohio Valley General Hospital School of Nursing that was established on the campus of OVGH in 1892 as the first school of nursing in the state of West Virginia. Ohio Valley Medical Center, in affiliation with the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, was home to an osteopathic medicine residency program offering residencies in internal medicine, emergency medicine, and traditional internal/emergency medicine fields. In addition, OVMC was also home to the OVMC School of Radiologic Technology, a two-year hospital-based education program. As a community-focused hospital, OVMC worked closely with local colleges and universities to provide clinical rotations and practical instruction opportunities for healthcare providers of tomorrow.
 
East Ohio Regional Hospital (EORH), founded in 1906 as Martins Ferry Hospital by local physician Dr. R.H. Wilson, EORH was a 140-bed health care facility located in downtown Martins Ferry, Ohio. Having begun its tradition of healing with only 30 beds and five physicians, EORH flourished with the expansion of services and the addition of new health care facilities and centers. With the growth of programs and services, EORH worked in conjunction with the East Ohio Medical Office Building and outpatient services centers, East Ohio Medical Complex I and East Ohio Medical Complex II located in St. Clairsville, Ohio. EORH was home to a federally funded Respiratory and Occupational Black Lung Clinic as well as a certified skilled/rehabilitation unit.