McLeod Health will hold a groundbreaking event for a new Emergency Department (ED) at McLeod Health Cheraw on the day of Thursday, May 18, 2017, at 11 a.m. on the campus of the hospital.
The Organization considers the expansion of the Emergency Department at McLeod Health Cheraw underscores this commitment by McLeod Health to give treatment, services and health care to the households of Chesterfield and Marlboro Counties. “The requirement for a new Emergency Department is clear, and has been evident for some time,” elaborated Dr. Gabe Simpson, the Chief of Staff and Medical Director of the Emergency Department for McLeod Health Cheraw. “I’m looking forward to giving our sufferers with a state-of-the-art ED to treat their emergency requirements quickly and efficiently.”
The current Emergency Department (ED) at Cheraw was genuinely developed to serve between 8,000 to 10,000 each year. In the year of 2016, the ED staff cared for almost 22,000 patients.
The new, 23-bed Emergency Department will be developed to serve 25,000 sufferers per year. All rooms will be completely private, and capable for emergency department care. Two of these rooms will be committed to advanced resuscitation of critical patients, while 4 will give safe and comfortable holding for psychiatric sufferers.
“Construction of a new Emergency Department (ED) at McLeod Health Cheraw will make emergency care more accessible and timely for patients in our place which is crucial,” stated Mib Scoggins, Administrator of McLeod Health Cheraw. “In creating the new design, the concentration of the expansion has been on efficiency and flexibility — providing for future growth and changes based upon population and technology. This focus will optimize advantages to all of our residents from surrounding communities who depend on this facility for care.”
The new ED (Emergency Department) is scheduled to open in the year of April of 2018.
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