Doctors On Call

The final episode of Doctors on Call will air on West Virginia Public Broadcasting on Thursday, February 22, at 8 p.m. WVPB will continue to work with WVU Healthcare on new content in other forms. You can still access the archives of Doctors on Call on this website.

Doctors on Call on West Virginia Public Television. Get answers to your health questions from WVU Healthcare doctors.  

This Thursday, February 22, West Virginia Public Broadcasting will air the last live Doctors on Call program.

When the program premiered, it was a weekly half-hour call in program produced with WVU Medicine. The program has played an important in role in educating the citizens of West Virginia about health issues. It was one of the few programs that allowed our viewers to talk directly to doctors and ask important questions.

Doctors on Call
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Watch Tuesday, March 10 at 8 p.m. on WVPB 

On this episode of Doctors on Call, WVU Medicine doctors discuss orthopedic issues and take a deeper look into osteoporosis, diabetes, eye exams and more.

Can tomatoes affect your arthritis? What’s involved in getting a stress test? Should you try the latest fitness craze?

Those are some of the questions that will be answered by WVU Healthcare experts on an hour- long live special Doctors On Call, Thursday at 8 p.m. on West Virginia Public Television.

The body has a remarkable way of healing itself, but sometiime the process doesn't go as nature intended. Learn about wound care and how medical treatment can help wounds to heal.