SGMH to Hold Regular Construction Tours

SGMH’s new ED/ICU building, with the future Patient Care Building in the background.

With construction on San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital’s new Emergency Department/Intensive Care Unit building more than 90 percent complete, the hospital invites the community to take a construction tour.

The tours will take place on the third Wednesday of each month at 4 p.m., starting May 16. Tour groups will meet in Classroom C, on the San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital campus, near the Women’s Center parking lot off of Wilson Street.

Participants must be 18 years of age or older, and are asked to wear closed-toed shoes. Hard hats will be provided.

SGMH’s new ED/ICU building

The tours will lead participants through the new building, which meets the latest state-mandated seismic codes. Tour groups can also learn about how the new building uses the latest technology to help SGMH provide excellent care and service. In addition, participants can visit the “mock-up” patient rooms, and find out what it would feel like to be a patient in the ED or ICU.

A mock-up ICU room, which shows what the future ICU rooms will look like.

The next tour date coincides with the next Construction Update Meeting provided by the San Gorgonio Memorial Healthcare District. This meeting will follow the Construction Tour in Classroom C, at 5 p.m.

We hope you will join us for one of these monthly tours of YOUR new Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit building!

To schedule a private tour, please contact Molly Davis, Marketing Coordinator at San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital, at mdavis@sgmh.org, or 951-663-9643.

 

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