Attention

Due to COVID-19, WVU Medicine Uniontown Hospital continues to operate with organizational changes to ensure staff and patient safety including suspension of visitation and requiring all patients and staff to wear face coverings while in our facilities. 
Please click on the below links for more detailed information on facilities updates and restrictions and community resources regarding COVID-19. 

Visitation Policy     COVID-19 Resource Page     COVID-19 Testing

WVU Cancer Institute at Uniontown Hospital

Uniontown Hospital offers comprehensive cancer care to meet the needs of our patients and community through strengthened partnerships.

The hospital is engaged in collaborative efforts with WVU Cancer Institute to ensure the highest quality of care in oncology - allowing Fayette County residents the comfort and ease of world-class care close to home.

Through this partnership, the doctors and health professionals you know and trust can now also engage the expertise and knowledge of our WVU Cancer Institute partners to ensure the best care for every patient at Uniontown Hospital.

If you are diagnosed with cancer, we're prepared to treat it comprehensively, with any combination of radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and surgery. Our program includes surgeons, radiation oncologists, and chemotherapy specialists.

If you or a loved one is facing cancer, having excellent care close to home is not only convenient, it's also a lot less stressful. Our inpatient oncology care unit is staffed with nurses specifically trained in oncology care, and our physicians and technologies offer the best capabilities. Uniontown Hospital delivers comprehensive cancer care, right here in your community. We are always here for you.

To learn more about our physicians specializing in cancer care, visit our directory of providers here and search by specialty for Cancer Care

To learn more about provider-based clinics, click here.