Corewell Well being South is marking the completion of the newest part of its pavilion renovation and growth. At a Monday gala, representatives of Corewell Well being mentioned the greater than $180 million undertaking will imply higher look after sufferers and a greater expertise for guests and workers. Corewell Well being CEO Tina Freese Decker mentioned the undertaking represents the human spirit at work.
“This constructing is only one step ahead to assist us obtain and notice our mission and our imaginative and prescient, a future the place well being is straightforward, reasonably priced, equitable, and distinctive,” Freese Decker mentioned.
After six years of labor, the pavilion is open and the general public can see it. Corewell Well being South CEO Loren Hamel informed us the ability is designed for consolation and ease.
“We’ve got improved a variety of expertise, improved a variety of house,” Hamel mentioned. “We consider this can be a place the place our pals and neighbors shall be blessed with healthcare, and we fell it’s a spot the place we are able to appeal to a brand new era of healthcare staff, docs, nurses, and different healthcare professionals.”
Hamel mentioned the concept for the brand new facility happened greater than 20 years in the past, and on the time, leaders of Lakeland Well being selected a “alternative hospital in place,” nonetheless on the location between Benton Harbor and St. Joseph. All clinic providers are being moved out of outdated buildings into the brand new 80,000 sq. toes of house.