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04.29.19 | Joselyne Hernandez | Healthcare
On April 24, 2019, Jewell County Hospital held a groundbreaking ceremony for their remodel and addition. Part of the ceremony included celebrating the Hospital’s 50-year milestone of providing health care in North Central Kansas. The project includes remodeling the existing 23,000-square-foot hospital and designing a new 7,900-square-foot addition to the facility. A new outpatient clinic...
04.25.18 | Joselyne Hernandez | Healthcare
A brand new facility dedicated to emergency care is now open in Wichita! Inspired by the need to extend emergency medical care to Northeast Wichita, Kansas Medical Center’s Freestanding Emergency Department brings emergency care and radiology services. The 10,000-square-foot facility includes ten patient rooms, full-service diagnostics, and a trauma care center. The freestanding emergency features...
09.09.14 | Sarah Kerby | Healthcare
As the Baby Boomer generation (born between 1946 and 1964) closes in on retirement, the U.S. will experience the largest elderly population it has ever seen. Currently, one in four Americans belong to this demographic, and as is often the case with Boomers, they are expected to make a significant impact on society, specifically here in terms of long-term care and living.
07.22.14 | Sarah Kerby | Healthcare
After another local hospital announced plans to provide only outpatient services, administrators at Great Bend Regional Hospital realized a demand in inpatient services was imminent, and they began to explore plans for expansion. Hospital administrators turned to GLMV’s Ryan Craft to master plan a series of additions, upgrades, and changes throughout their campus to accommodate the anticipated patient increase.
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