Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Waynesburg, PA – August 17, 2017
this hospital has been bought and sold several times. They do not have an ICU. All critical patients get transferred. After the hospital was sold when I worked there for the 3 time, they started to lay off the nurses. I couldn't afford to lose my job, so I resigned.
Occupational Therapist (Former Employee) – McComb, MS – July 17, 2017
I enjoyed working at Southwest Regional Center outpatient. I had plenty of time to treat each patient. I was also, exposed to pediatric population and learned other assessments. I would definitely recommend this position to anybody that wants to be exposed to more orthopedic patients.
Medical Technologist, Generalist (Former Employee) – Waynesburg, PA – January 17, 2017
Management was a big issue working at SRMC. There was blatant favoritism towards certain employees, the ones who had been there for a long time. I think that management on all levels needs to be looked at.
Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Waynesburg, PA – March 18, 2016
Floated to different floors according to staffing needs. Performed patient care in acute cardiac care, intensive care, emergency, medical/surgical, psychiatric, oncology, obstetrics/gynecology, hospice, and acute rehab units. Duties include assessing patients, passing medication, vitals, and other related duties as assigned in specialty units. EMR documentation super user on Meditech electronic medical documentation system
good place to work relaxed atmosphere good job security
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Waynesburg, PA – October 27, 2015
this was a great hospital to work for the place has a very friendly environment and patient first attitude. all department strived to work together for the good of our patients. it is a great benefit for a small town to have a hoptial.
fruendly staff and hospital well run
short staffed in some areas at times but infrequent
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Waynesburg, PA – October 5, 2015
My day starts before I arrive at work and lasts long after I leave. The day may not go as planned, but it starts with planned goals and tasks. I'm always prepared to accept new responsibilities because the tasks are not the same anymore, I'm no longer sitting at a desk being an assistant anymore. I'm in charge of projects, reports and other things. There is a lot of variety in what I do everyday.
Hospital closed due to financial hardship. Prior to this, the face-to-face aspect with all staff was great. Too much change in ownership and management. This led to chaos at times, but the hospital was put in a deep hole from county ownership years ago.
Once a Top 100 hospital I was honored to help this hospital through very troubled times with closure being the outcome due to significant financial difficulties that could not be overcome by the latest ownership. I am very proud of them for their efforts.