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Founded in 1970, Princeton Community Hospital is a fully accredited 203-bed acute care medical facility serving a 10-county region. In addition, the hospital, located in Mercer County, operates a 64-bed psychiatric hospital and 13 ambulatory clinics, offering a wide range of specialty care. Located in the mountains of southern West Virginia, Mercer County is an area rich in culture, history, and natural beauty. The City of Princeton, one of two major cities within the county, provides a progressive business environment, while preserving traditional hometown values.
AT WVU MEDICINE, WE INVEST IN OUR NURSES
WVU Medicine is currently offering up to $15,000 for a sign-on bonus for hospital-based, direct-care nurses in return for a three-year work commitment. Terms and conditions apply.
The Clinical Advancement for Professional Excellence (CAPE) Program is a WVU Medicine system-wide clinical advancement program (clinical ladder) for hospital-based, direct-care registered nurses. Clinic advancement programs are designed to enhance professional development, provide a reward system for quality clinical performance, promote quality nursing, and improve job satisfaction.
PRINCETON, WEST VIRGINIA
Nobody tells a town’s story like its people. Learn about the people of Princeton, West Virginia – what we do, who we are, and what makes us unique.