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  • 400 Fairview Heights Rd, Summersville, WV 26651

SRMC Health Perceptions Survey

  Please take a moment to complete the following survey – it should take less than 10 minutes to complete. The purpose of this survey is to get your input about community health concerns in your county. This survey will be used to help guide the Community Health Needs Assessment taking place in your county for the Summersville Regional Medical Center. Community partners will use the results of this survey, along with other information, to identify the most pressing health issues which can be addressed through community action. Your responses will not be associated with you in any way. In order to be eligible to participate, you should be at least 18 years old and a resident of Nicholas County.  If you have previously completed this survey, please disregard. Remember, your opinion is important to us!

Thank you for your time and please contact us if you have any questions concerning this survey or need help completing it. Emily Sarkees, WVU School of Public Health – [email protected]

Please Click the link below to participate in the Survey:

Breast Cancer Awareness

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  • November 3, 2017

Several of the SRMC Employees wore PINK on Friday, October 27, 2017 in honor of
Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A few of the SRMC Family have been sufferers
of this horrible disease and we wanted to show our support to these brave and
courageous women.

2017 Halloween Celebration

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  • November 3, 2017

On Monday, October 30th, the residents of our Extended Care Facility handed out treats to the children of SRMC employees!  A lot of cute, scary, and sweet characters came out to entertain our residents for the evening. Some of our employees set up at the Summersville Arena and Conference Center to hand out candy to the community as well. Take a look!

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Active Shooter Drill

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  • October 4, 2017

Summersville Regional Medical Center in collaboration with the Summersville City Police, Nicholas County Sheriff’s Department, Nicholas County Office of Emergency Services, ,  Jan-Care Air-Evac,  Nicholas County Health Department,  West Virginia Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, the West Virginia Hospital Association, Summersville Pediatrics, and  New River Community and Technical College  will be conducting an active shooter drill on the campus of the Hospital on October 19, at 3:00.  These organizations have been planning for this drill for several weeks.  The purpose of the drill is to ensure the safety and security of hospital and clinic patients to the best of our Hospital, city, county and state’s ability.  No one knows when or where tragedy will strike.  However, preparation is key to the best possible outcome.  Please be aware that emergency personnel will be on campus.  All traffic will be notified and signs will be posted throughout the facility.

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