Sept. SGMH Construction Tour Shows Progress

Visitors to San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital’s new Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit building were treated to a cool, air-conditioned building on September 19. The Construction Tour gave community members the opportunity to see the progress on the new building, which is scheduled to open in April, 2013.

Construction Tours of the new ED/ICU building will continue through the end of the year. Tours are scheduled on the third Wednesday of the month, at 4 p.m. Tour groups meet at Classroom C on the SGMH Campus.

The next Construction Update meeting will be held Wednesday, November 14, following the Construction Tour. The tour and meeting that month will be held on the second Wednesday, in honor of the Thanksgiving holiday.

To schedule a private tour, please contact Molly Ellis, Marketing Coordinator, at mellis@sgmh.org, or 951-663-9643.

At San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital, our mission is to provide safe, high quality, personalized healthcare services. A 77-bed facility located in the San Gorgonio Pass, we were established in 1951 as a living memorial to our country’s World War I and II Veterans. On the 40th anniversary, the hospital was rededicated to veterans from all wars.  Now in our 61st year, San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital provides excellent care for our community as we continue to grow along with the Pass region.

San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital is located at 600 North Highland Springs Avenue in Banning. For more information about the hospital and its services, call 951-845-1121 or visit http://www.sgmh.org.

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