“The hospital has an excellent program that has grown significantly through the years. The expansion is well-deserved and will help make this important rehabilitation more readily available to our patients,” Dr. William Czajka, a cardiologist, said in a statement.
In the hospital main lobby, patient registration will be reconfigured along with the reception and waiting areas for cardiac diagnostics, medical imaging and lab.
The retail pharmacy and hospital gift shop will be moved closer to the front entrance. First and second floor signage will be also be updated.
“It will be designed to allow more ease of access, comfort and convenience for our customers as they enter the hospital, as well as greater efficiencies for our staff,” stated Upper Valley Medical Center president Tom Parker.