When Indiana Regional Medical Center first welcomed the public in November of 1914, it was a 40-bed facility with 13 private rooms. From the time of its opening, the hospital's mission has been: to serve the community with quality, progressive, compassionate patient care.
Over the years, this nonprofit institution has grown to become the county's sole full-service health care provider. Throughout its many renovations, expansions in services and continued advancements in knowledge and technology, Indiana Regional Medical Center has remained unchanged in its commitment to serving the community.
Indiana Regional Medical Center is dedicated to achieving patient-centered excellence. We recognize that people are vital to this goal and strive to create a positive, rewarding environment for all members of our health care team. To achieve our Mission, Vision, and Values we have established our Compass Commitments. We seek to hire new team members that share our commitment.
Nestled like a shimmering gemstone in the heart of Western Pennsylvania, Indiana County is a bustling, hometown community that places quality of life and enriching, family first values at its core. If you’re looking for a great place to build a successful business, raise children, enjoy beautiful experiences in nature, enhance your cultural depths, cheer on great sports teams, learn through continuing education, and realize what it means to live a good, fulfilling life, Indiana County is the home for you.
The Indiana County community is about an hour’s drive northeast of Pittsburgh. Key infrastructure connections to points in all directions make Indiana County the perfect location for businesses to locate and grow. The county is positioned to be the hub for technology, manufacturing, academia, finance, energy and many other growing industries. You can get there from here.
Indiana County has some of best assets the region has to offer: thriving economic opportunities in the Marcellus Shale and oil, gas and energy industries, agriculture, several pad-ready industrial parks and Keystone Opportunity Zones, exceptional educational and academic institutions like WyoTech, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP), Cambria-Rowe Business College and others; headquarters for large employers like S&T Bank, First Commonwealth Bank, Diamond Drugs, Indiana Regional Medical Center, Specialty Tires plus many, many smaller and unique business that keep the window fronts in our communities and shining, alive and prosperous.
From a family perspective, Indiana County features great schools, superb youth athletic programs, wonderful parks and outdoor opportunities, an extensive network of walking and biking trails and small town communities that thrive. The people of Indiana County smile when they meet you on the street.
Indiana County hosts 31 fairs and festivals including Hoodlebug Summerfest, Pick-A-Dilly Herb Faire, and the Saltsburg Canal Days. These are just a few of the many ethnic, cultural and agricultural fairs and festivals. While these festivals only happen once a year, you can enjoy hiking or walking our trails year-round. The expansive Rails to Trails systems covers 64 miles. Choose from one of the three main trails: The Ghost Town, Hoodlebug or West Penn. The trails aren’t the only way to enjoy the picturesque views of Indiana County. There are also 5,452 acres of parks and 792 acres of lakes for you to explore.
Several historical and interactive attractions make for fun educational experiences. The Blairsville Underground Railroad History Center tells the story of the life of children and adults who escaped slavery during the 1800’s. Travel through time while visiting our 24 National Historic Register sites including four covered bridges.