Cheyenne Regional Medical Center is hosting an open house Friday from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. for community members to tour the hospital’s new Mother/Baby and Neonatal Intensive Care Units. Hospital volunteers will be available in CRMC’s main lobby to direct guests to the new units that are on the hospital’s fourth floor. Jackie Van Cleave, Administrator over Construction and Facilities, explained construction began approximately a year ago, with the design stage taking place in 2018 and 2019, though construction was postponed for about a year due to the pandemic.
The renovated area features several advancements and improvements, including spacious labor/delivery and postpartum rooms and bathrooms, NICU rooms than can accommodate twins, state-of-the-art technology and an inviting, comfortable atmosphere to enhance each mother’s personalized birthing experience. Van Cleave detailed what’ll happen with the current location of the Mother/Baby and Neonatal Intensive Care units.
Van Cleave says CRMC has a master facility plan in place they have been working on.
The tour will be given by Women & Children’s Services staff. Light refreshments will be served and no RSVP is required. Per CRMC policy, face coverings are required inside the hospital.