Before the coronavirus put a wrench in the plans of several sectors of the local economy, Clinton's Warner Hospital and Health Services had a busy summer planned.
CEO Paul Skowron indicates their pharmacy project is complete and now they await state inspection. He explains once they get the 'thumbs up' from the State, they will move their equipment.
The pharmacy remodel was among several targeted areas this year for the City-owned hospital. According to Skowron, there are two phases to the pharmacy remodel along with their plans for the emergency room renovation.
Mandated deadlines were in play for some of the projects at the hospital and what has impressed Skowron is the government has been very responsive to the situation at hand and understanding the time frames in place are going to be fluid for some things going forward.