News Release: ERDMAN Partners with Memorial Hospital of Converse County

PressReleaseIconMADISON, Wis. (May 9, 2013) — ERDMAN, a national leader in healthcare consulting, facility planning, development and design-build, today announced a new partnership with Memorial Hospital of Converse County. Hospital officials engaged ERDMAN to plan, develop and build a new $6.7 million medical office building in Douglas, Wyoming. The project is scheduled to be completed in December 2013.

 Memorial Hospital of Converse County is a critical access hospital with four clinic locations throughout Douglas and offers many different services including radiology, women’s health, emergency services, rehabilitation and surgical services. As one of the Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals in the country, the organization pairs cutting-edge technology with specialists to bring an advanced choice in medicine.

 “We’re happy to have ERDMAN on board as we begin construction on our new facility,” said Ryan Smith, CEO of Memorial Hospital of Converse County. “This expansion is necessary for us to better serve our patients and provide them easier access to the care they need, and ERDMAN has proven to be a great partner in helping us reach those goals.” 

 Memorial Hospital of Converse County’s board has chosen property at 7th and Center Streets, northeast of the hospital, as the location of its new medical office building. The new location will allow for additional space in the main hospital building, consolidation of administrative functions and ample parking for patients and visitors.

 “As a strategic  partner, we’ve helped Memorial Hospital of Converse County identify a new facility strategy that allows them to better serve patients and provide a more positive patient experience,” said ERDMAN President and CEO Brian Happ. “This new facility plan offers greater flexibility for future expansion, which aligns with the long-term plan for the organization.”

 ERDMAN is engaged to plan, design, and build the 23,000-square foot facility, which broke ground  in April.


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