Camden Clark Medical Center

In 1920, the hospital moved to the Camden mansion on Garfield Avenue.
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Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital was dedicated in Parkersburg on April 16, 1920. Its roots date back to the old City Hospital, a 40-bed facility that opened in 1898 on present 13th Street. It also operated a nursing school.

http://www.camdenclark.org/

Camden Clark Medical Center plans to expand its South Tower by more than 100,000 square feet.

The Parkersburg News & Sentinel reports that the city's downtown business and facade committee recently approved the hospital's plan to add a wing to the tower. The wing will house a new emergency department and a 30-bed private room inpatient unit.

Construction is expected to begin in the spring.