2019 is a year of remodels at Clinton's Warner Hospital and Health Services.
CEO Paul Skowron indicates they are about to shift to phase two of their emergency room remodel, they are remodeling their pharmacy and have plans to remodel their imaging department. The emergency room remodel will allow those coming in more privacy and more space as well.
Last week on Regional Radio News, Skowron outlined a new bone scan machine approved by the hospital board. To accommodate that machine, the imaging and radiology department needs a minor remodel.
One remodel the public and patients likely aren't to see is a remodel of the pharmacy. Skowron indicates this a mandate from the government for a larger footprint for what is known as drug compounding.
According to Skowron, there will be no borrowing for these projects as they continue to report good profit margins. Additionally, the Warner Hospital Foundation has contributed to some of the projects.