Conemaugh Health System recently announced that Jessica Svidergol, MSN, RN, CCCC, has been promoted to Director of Nursing at Conemaugh Miners Medical Center in Hastings, PA.
Svidergol has been the Assistant Director of Nursing at Conemaugh Miners since 2015, and has been an employee of Conemaugh Health System for over ten years.
“Jessica’s clinical nursing experience, as well as her critical thinking skills prepared her well for this exciting opportunity,” says Tim Harclerode, Chief Executive Officer of Conemaugh Miners. “We are thrilled that she has accepted this position and is eager to lead our team of well trained and experienced nurses.”
“I have been very fortunate to have a tremendous amount of support from the staff and leadership team since joining Conemaugh Miners,” says Svidergol. “I feel privileged to be part of this team and to work with them to provide excellent service to our patients and to the community.”
Conemaugh Miners Medical Center is part of Conemaugh Health System. The community hospital offers 30 beds for inpatient medical, surgical, and intensive care services. Outpatient services include emergency medicine, laboratory, pharmacy, general surgery, imaging services, pathology, therapy services, cardiac diagnostic, sleep lab, and swing bed. Specialty services include cardiology, urology, ophthalmology, gastroenterology, nephrology, neurology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, pulmonology, gynecology, and wound clinic.
To learn more about Conemaugh Health System, visit www.conemaugh.org.
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