Committed to the care and improvement of human life.
Since September 1967, Summersville Regional Medical Center (SRMC) has been serving patients from all over southern West Virginia. Centrally located in Summersville, SRMC continues to focus on individualized patient care and improving the lives of those in its community.
In September 1967, the Summersville Convalescent Home opened its doors as an extended care facility; after adding hospital and obstetrical care, the name was changed to Summersville Memorial Hospital. Throughout the years, the campus has grown to include the Ambulatory Care Center, which is home to several physician offices, rehabilitation, and many other services. In 2010, the name was changed to Summersville Regional Medical Center.
Located on Rt. 19 in Summersville, WV, Summersville Regional Medical Center (SRMC) is a governmental non-profit Critical Access Hospital providing acute, emergency, outpatient, clinic, and long-term care to the residents of Central West Virginia. SRMC is operated for the City of Summersville Building Commission, a public corporation, by the Summersville Regional Medical Center Commission with directors appointed by the City of Summersville.
SRMC has 25 acute beds and 52 extended care beds, and employs more than 500 people. SRMC offers a complete array of services including surgical, outpatient and inpatient laboratory, inpatient and public pharmacies, imaging services including CT and MRI, physical rehab, cardiac rehab, outpatient infusion, emergency care, respiratory therapy, and inpatient hospitalists.
The staff at SRMC works diligently to provide the best possible emergency, intensive care, and primary care to the citizens of Central West Virginia.