Stroud Regional Medical Center
SRMC boasted about “all private rooms!” when they opened in 1978. This state-of-the art facility served a vibrant rural community that was growing and prospering at that time. The region was well balanced between agriculture, healthcare, business and social service employers in the area. But, that didn’t last long and like so much of rural America, SRMC had to find a partner to help reinvent itself.
Type of Facility
Critical Access Hospital
Number of Employees
Community It Serves
SRMC faces major issues
Shortly after opening in 1978, the hospital was hit with difficulties and unforeseen events
The intervening years were not kind, SRMC experienced many ups and downs—financial difficulties, bankruptcy, and a tornado almost blew it apart in 1999.
Stroud Regional Medical Center received CAH (Critical Access Hospital) designation in 2002, and they thought it was the beginning of better times. But, that wasn’t enough to turn things around.
Staff went unpaid and bills piled up and went unpaid as well.
A natural disaster Hit
Tornado closed hospital for 2 years.
Community Avoids Hospital for care
Community seeks services hundreds of miles away.
SRMC calls on Avem
After years of hardships, Stroud Regional Medical Center experiences the relief they desperately needed
Avem Health Partners began working with SRMC in 2009. Quality healthcare was restored to the community. Staffing is up. Services are commensurate with big-city hospitals and patients receive superb care in their own communities.
Capital infusion helped bring accounts payable up to date
The Impact of Partnering with Avem
SRMC became a jewel in the
regional community as it serves
patients from miles around
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- Wages and benefits restored and made competitive for the field
- New services keep patients in their homes and in their communities
- SRMC is equipped for long-term success and has the highest Average Daily Census ever!
What the community says about Stroud Regional Medical Center
“This hospital makes a patient's stay enjoyable as well as being concerned for care. I would beg to go there again if necessary.”
“I have been in a lot of facilities Stroud is the best experience I have had.”
“I was very satisfied with Stroud’s Hospital.”
“Good hospital very nice and polite staff, enjoyed my stay there.”
“Food was most always @ correct temp. Quality was excellent.”