Fay J. Lindner Foundation Awards Grant for Renovation, Expansion of Emergency Department

Vol. 13, No. 3
Fall 2003

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  • Fay J. Lindner Foundation Awards Grant for Renovation, Expansion of Emergency Department

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  • John P. Broder, Vice President, External Affairs and Development at Winthrop (right) presents Robert Goldberg (left) with a special plaque, which prominently hangs in the Emergency Department, to recognize the Foundation's generous grant.
    Robert Goldberg, President of the Fay J. Lindner Foundation, presented John Broder, Winthrop's Vice President, External Affairs and Development, with a significant grant to assist the Hospital in its ongoing renovation and expansion of the Emergency Department.

    Winthrop's $6.6 million Emergency Department renovation and expansion project includes a nine-bed Fast Track Unit, the 15-bed Phyllis and Nathan J. Mistretta Chest Pain Rule-Out Unit, an expanded triage and adult patient waiting area and a separate pediatric patient waiting. Also completed is the larger ambulance bay, which can accommodate seven emergency vehicles. In addition, a new 10-bed Pediatric Emergency Unit was completed to serve the unique health needs of the region's children. The unit is supported by a team of highly skilled pediatric specialists, the child life staff and the most advanced technology for the highest level of care.

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