Eight months after the Wyoming County Community Hospital Skilled Nursing Facility in Warsaw experienced significant structural damage to a portion of its dining areas, residents are once again able to use the areas. On Thursday, August 27, 2015, representatives from the NYS Department of Health inspected the repairs and granted approval to reopen the portion of the dining rooms and entrance that sustained the structural damage on January 14, 2015.
For the past several months, administration, engineers, and construction crews have worked to design, plan, and execute repairs to the damaged area. Repairs included a new concrete pier, steel column, windows, ceiling, lights, flooring, drywall, paint, and other internal reconstruction.
WCCHS Skilled Nursing Facility acting Administrator Dawn James stated that “residents are pleased to have the additional space available and especially excited to view the picturesque country side through the large wall of windows again.”
About Wyoming County Community Health System
Wyoming County Community Hospital is a 62 bed hospital accredited by The Joint Commission. It is a rural, acute-care facility located in Western New York and is the sole inpatient provider for the county, which has a population of approximately 44,000. In addition to an Acute Care Hospital, its services include an attached Nursing Home and Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit. Wyoming County Hospital has approximately 3,000 inpatient admissions per year and 12,000 ED visits per year.
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