The newly-constructed unit, accessible through a separate pediatric entrance, offers seven dedicated pediatric beds, three triage rooms, a dedicated pediatric nurse’s station and a newly-designed lobby.
Read the story on SantaMariaTimes.com - Marian Regional unveils new pediatric emergency unit named for donor Rancho Guadalupe
The new Pediatric Emergency Department at Marian Regional Medical Center in Santa Maria is blessed by hospital chaplain Father Charles Hofschulte during a Friday unveiling ceremony.
The new pediatric emergency unit at Marian Regional Medical Center is named in honor of local produce grower Rancho Guadalupe, the largest donor to the project's campaign with a gift of half a million dollars.
The seven beds in Marian Regional's new Pediatric Emergency Department bring the total number of emergency department beds to 42.
Marian Regional Medical Center's new, 2,000 square-foot emergency pediatric unit includes an individual entrance to a newly-designed lobby, pictured Friday, as well as seven dedicated pediatric beds, three triage rooms and a dedicated pediatric nurse’s station.
Rancho Guadalupe co-owners Richard Donati, left, and James Wesner, center, along with General Manager AJ Cisney, unveil the new Pediatric Emergency Department at Marian Regional Medical Center on Friday.
Marian Regional Medical Center emergency medicine physician, Dr. David Ketelar, left, hospital President and CEO Sue Anderson, and hospital chaplain Father Charles Hofschulte welcome attendees to the unveiling of the new Pediatric Emergency Department at the Santa Maria hospital on Friday.
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