The Hoops Family Children's Hospital (HFCH) is a 71-bed children's hospital within Cabell Huntington Hospital, a 303-bed academic medical center in Huntington, West Virginia. Cabell Huntington is affiliated with the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine and cares for patients from more than 29 counties throughout West Virginia, eastern Kentucky and southern Ohio.
Meet Our Medical Director
Eduardo Pino, MD, FAAP, leads clinical operations at HFCH, including overseeing the completion of Phase III of construction in 2015 and Phase IV in 2016. Dr. Pino's goals include collaborating with pediatric physician specialists and subspecialists, working to increase patient and family satisfaction and access to timely services and enhancing operational and fiscal efficiency. He is committed not only to excellence as a pediatric hospital, but to seeing health care through the eyes of the children we serve.
Dr. Pino is board certified in pediatric critical care, and he has been with Cabell Huntington Hospital, Hoops Family Children's Hospital and Marshall Pediatrics as a pediatric intensivist since 1997. He most recently served as the medical director of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. Dr. Pino is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. He is active in the Children's Hospital Association, the American Medical Association and the Society of Critical Care Medicine.
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Meeting a Milestone
The Hoops Family Children's Hospital's newly designed and decorated Pediatric Intensive Care Unit opened March 26, 2015. It includes 10 bright and spacious patient rooms that are fully equipped for critically ill and injured children, an expanded nurses' area and two specialized isolation rooms.