You Belong Here...
Many Reston Hospital nurses recognize how fortunate we are to be working in this profession, and they believe in giving back by volunteering. After putting in a long day at the hospital, they volunteer at Herndon Free Clinic and for other important causes.
Nancy Susco, RN, Best of Reston for Community Service Award Winner
This spring our Surgical Unit Director, Nancy Susco, R.N., a Herndon Free Clinic volunteer, was named a 2004 “Best of Reston” winner. The award recognizes individuals, organizations and businesses that have put forth tremendous effort in their commitment to community service and improving the lives of others. Nancy’s spends countless volunteer hours each year with a wide range of community efforts, from the DC AIDS Ride, to the Reston Triathlon and much more. We are honored to have her on our team.
Reston Hospital Center provides formal recognition through our annual Frist Humanitarian Awards Program, our Star Program, recognition weeks and, more. We know our own employees are our best advocates. Our Familiar Faces Employee Referral program gives back to the very people who make Reston Hospital what it is today.
$100 Million Expansion
Reston Hospital Center is on the verge of completing its $100 million expansion project. The new construction is done, and our new Emergency Department and five-story patient tower is busy. Renovation on our Main Tower is almost finished. When all is said and done, we will feature 187 beds in all private rooms.
If you’ve never worked in a state-of-the-art facility, I invite you to check us out. We have some of the latest technology, all within the walls of a brand new facility.
In the end, a new building, great benefits and a plethora of potential opportunities isn’t what matters most. I think it all goes back to that scene at the bedside. That patient needs you, and you have the skill, training, and the heart to make her better.
Never forget the power you have to change someone’s life. It’s about making a difference.back to nursing page