Ministry Saint Michael's Celebrates Outpatient Services Construction Completion

 
November 16,2016
 
Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital and Ministry Medical Group, part of Ascension celebrated the completion of construction on the facilities new Outpatient Services Department on Wednesday, November 16 with a blessing and dedication event.
 
The project is Phase two of a revitalization project of the Stevens Point hospital campus and that totals nearly  40,000 square feet of renovated space and new construction to provide additional amenities that enhance the privacy and healing environment for patients and their families.
 
“Our Associates and clinicians will have an improved environment to support the excellent care provided to our patients,: said Crystal Kirschling, Chief Administrative Officer and Vice President of Patient Care Services at Ministry Saint Michael’s.
 
The improved Outpatient Services Department includes 21 state of the art private treatment and recovery rooms, a new radiology exam room that is located adjacent to the Urgent Care and Emergency Department for improved efficiency and new and improved nurse’s stations with updated nurse call and patient monitoring systems. 
 
“This new space will provide a warm and healing environment for testing and procedures such as colonoscopies and biopsies as well as treatment for those with painful diseases by performing orthopedic surgeries and spinal injections,” said Ryan Andrews, MD, Vice President for Medical Affairs at Ministry Saint Michael's.
 
Ministry Saint Michael’s formally marked the event by placing a time capsule near the new entrance to the facility. Its contents included special messages from Ascension Wisconsin leaders on the current state of healthcare, examples of technology in use today and details on the current capitol campaign underway by the Saint Michael's Foundation to build a breast care center.
 
The Outpatient Services Department will formally open for patient care on November 28th. A new exterior corridor that will directly connect the new Emergency/Urgent Care/Outpatient Services Entrance to other areas of the hospital is slated to open in January.
 
Additional work on phase three of the project which includes renovation and new construction of the hospitals sterilization and other key surgical areas continues and it expected to be completed by the end of 2017.

 

 
 
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