Wayne Memorial Hospital is a non-profit, community-controlled hospital based in Honesdale, which strives to offer the highest quality in inpatient and outpatient care in more than 30 medical specialties.
The Hospital has 98 acute-care beds and an additional 14 beds dedicated to inpatient rehabilitation, which is a partnership with the Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network. It offer sphysical therapy (PT), occupational therapy (OT) and speech therapy (ST) with skilled certified therapists.
Wayne Memorial Hospital is the heart of Wayne Memorial Health System, which serves 100,000 people across Wayne and Pike Counties.
Wayne Memorial Health System also includes a long-term care facility and a fundraising arm, Wayne Memorial Health Foundation.
The clinical affiliate, Wayne Memorial Community Health Centers, operates primary care services around the county, dental services, women’s health and behavioral health centers.
Hard hats on and industrial pens in hand, members of the Wayne Memorial Hospital/Health System Board of Trustees signed the ceremonial “last” steel beam to be hoisted into the framework of the new patient tower. The gesture signified the halfway mark for the project which began in September of 2017 and is expected to finish mid-Spring 2019. Once all the steel has been erected and bridges connected to the current building, finishing work will begin inside. The 85,000 square foot tower is the hospital’s biggest expansion in history and will house 50 private patient rooms.