PANAMA CITY, Fla. -
Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center completed the first of three phases to completely remodel its emergency deparment after a year and a half of planning and construction.
With the completion of phase one, the hospital is officially launching their brand new ambulance drive up entrance, and shutting down the old one.
The hospital also relocated patients into brand new emergency rooms specifically for adults.
Holly Dean, Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center's Chief Operating Officer, said they have also completely updated their equipment and medical supplies.
"In addition to new stretchers, we have new lighting, new monitoring systems for our patients, electronic white boards, brand new TVs -- everything is brand new," she said.
Dean said phase two of the remodeling project will have more drastic changes including: a brand new waiting room, triage, and pediatric emergency room.
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