Auburn, Neb (May 07, 2018) – Nemaha County Hospital’s outpatient services is undergoing improvements to give patients a more comfortable climate, surrounded by an increased visually aesthetic environment.
The remodel will start the week of May 14, 2018, and last approximately four months. Among the improvements include a new HVAC system, new flooring, painting, and wall coverings.
“Our current HVAC system has run its course and can no longer keep up in the cold winter and hot summer months,” said Marty Fattig, CEO. “It also consumes an enormous amount of energy with the hospital operation running 24/7.”
The Nemaha County community and the Nemaha County Hospital will both benefit by the installation of a new HVAC system. The new equipment will be more energy efficient which can lead to cost savings, as well as an improved and healthier environment for patients.
The Outpatient Services wing is the last area of the hospital to be updated. While the HVAC system is being installed it is the perfect time to complete the remaining renovation needs. “
Our hospital is undergoing changes, but our top-notch care will remain the same, during the improvement process and after completion. Our patients will feel a seamless transition and will continue to enter the hospital the same way, through the front doors. Upon entering the hospital, patients will be greeted and then directed on where to go depending on their needs,” Fattig noted.
About Nemaha County Hospital
Located in Auburn, Nebr., Nemaha County Hospital is a county-owned critical access hospital serving the Southeast Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri regional area.