The Dayton VA will open a renovated fourth floor to patients next month, a spokesman said.
The $5 million project completes a renovation of the third and fourth floors of the main patient tower that began in 2014, said spokesman Ted Froats.
Both floors have renovated 24 patient hospital rooms, according to the VA.
Among other changes, sinks have motion sensor faucets to reduce the risk of infection. The rooms also have a pull-out sofa and lounge chair for visitors.
Computers were installed in each room for easy access to medical documentation, according to the VA.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place Tuesday.
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