Individuals in East Texas now have more immediate access to emergency care all credit goes to a $900,000 expansion at Christus St. Michael Hospital in the region of Atlanta, Texas.
The enlarged emergency room of hospital now permits for specialty care for the emergency care of trauma, stroke, pediatric and other sufferers. It also will enable the medical facility to deal better with an increasing patient load.
There were over 8,000 persons coming through its ER doors when Christus St. Michael took over operations there. 4 years later, that number has jumped to 12,000 sufferers per year.
“Finally, we went from 5 rooms to 10,” claimed Thomas McKinney, the hospital’s administrator. “And it’s not just doubling the size. We deal many functionality… . We’ve invested in a whole lot of the additional technical and medical equipment.”
The emergency room now also has 2 entrances, one for sufferers who arrive on their own and one for those who are brought in by ambulance or another kind of emergency vehicle.
It all comes together to not only assist the community, but also to save lives, McKinney claimed.
“Many individuals are really here today and survived because we are here and because they would not have been capable to get forty minutes down the road to another facility.”
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