The University of South Alabama is once again making big strides in healthcare with the ribbon cutting of the USA Children’s and Women’s Pediatric Emergency Room. Keep reading for all the details.
USA Health’s new Pediatric Emergency Center
On Wednesday, January 10 (yep, the same day that Nick Saban announced his retirement), Governor Kay Ivey joined USA Health officials and pediatric patient and families for the ribbon cutting ceremony marking an important development on USA’s campus.
This is only healthcare facility in the region offering specialized care 24 hours a day to best meet the needs of sick and injured children. The expansion more than doubled the size of the former emergency department from 9,000 square feet to nearly 19,000 square feet.
Not only has the project expanded the physical space, but it’s also expanded opportunities for education and training as well as extending treatment areas.
Congratulations to USA Health on this big step!
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