Summersville Regional Medical Center opened its doors to serve the community in March, 1968. Originally it was an Extended Care Facility known as the Summersville Convalescent Home, operating as such for a period of approximately two years. Hospital care as well as obstetrical care was added and in 2010 the name was changed to Summersville Regional Medical Center.
The first hospital Administrator was E. C. Fairchild, followed by Landis Hudkins, Don Smith, Gregory D. Johnson, David H. Lackey, Dennis Burns, Debbie Hill and finally Dan Ayres – the current administrator. The hospital is owned by the City of Summersville and managed by the SRMC Board of Trustees. Currently, Summersville Regional Medical Center has 53 acute beds and 52 extended care beds and employs more than 500 people.
In 1996 Summersville Regional Medical Center opened the Ambulatory Care Center which now is home to several physician offices, physical therapy, and many other services. This building is located next to the hospital. Future plans are to construction of a new Extended Care Facility on another site on the
In addition to the hospital itself, Summersville Regional Medical Center also operates satellite sites such as the Ansted Medical Clinic located at 101 Florence Street in Ansted, West Virginia, the Richwood Family Practice located at 74 Avenue B , Richwood, West Virginina and the Summersville Specialty Clinic 315 Fairview Heights Road, Summersville, West Virginia.
Serving our community, that’s Summersville Regional Medical Center.