The Marshall University ALS Clinic is the only ALS Association Recognized Treatment Center in West Virginia. This designation requires an in-person site visit by the ALS Association and detailed review of the comprehensive nature of the care being provided to those with ALS before recognition is granted by a national review board. We are proud to provide this level of care in combination with a highly accessible and personable approach.

To schedule an appointment with the Marshall University ALS Clinic, call the Marshall Speech & Hearing Center at 304.696.3246.

What to Expect

Our monthly multidisciplinary clinic is held on the third Friday of every month at the Marshall University Speech and Hearing Center, located in Smith Hall 143 on the Marshall University Huntington campus. Beginning in late summer 2024, the multidisciplinary clinic will move to and be held at Marshall Neurology on the Fourth Floor of the new outpatient medical pavilion at Cabell Huntington Hospital, 1340 Hal Greer Blvd. in Huntington 

Patients will have access to a comprehensive care team, including an on-site neurologist, physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech therapist, dietitian, respiratory therapist, pharmacist and social worker. 

During their first clinic visit, each patient will receive a comprehensive assessment by their care team and be afforded the opportunity to ask questions.  The care team will make a personalized treatment plan and determine the appropriate time for follow-up visits. In addition to specialized care, the clinic also connects ALS patients and their caregivers with information about a support group and resources available through the ALS Foundation. 

"Each person living with ALS has their own story and a journey that is uniquely their own. Our team is committed to hearing your story and to helping you and your family navigate that journey."

Jared Hollinger, MD
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology
Medical Director, Marshall University ALS Clinic 

Frequently Asked Questions


For more information or to schedule an appointment with the Marshall University ALS Clinic, please contact Clinic Coordinator Sarah Clemins at or 304.696.3246. Physician referrals may be faxed directly to 304.696.2986.