LONGVIEW - Good Shepherd Medical Center is set to begin a multimillion-dollar improvement project in three areas of the hospital — labor and delivery, the surgical intensive care unit and a general medical unit.
Building permit applications filed with the City of Longview place the construction value of Good Shepherd's planned work at $3.75 million.
While hospitals traditionally have had an institutional feel, the updates will aim to provide a softer, more residential feel while maintaining infection and safety standards, said Ron Short, Good Shepherd's chief administrative officer.
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