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BLOOMER — In mid-February, the Emergency/Urgent Care departments at Mayo Clinic Health System – Chippewa Valley in Bloomer will begin an eight-week renovation project.
During this time, the Emergency/Urgent Care departments will remain open.
“The project will update the space, as well as improve the workflow of the departments with an integrated triage room and expanded work space. It also will increase patient privacy and establish a safer environment for both our staff and patients,” says Mary Stencil, Emergency Department director at Mayo Clinic Health System – Chippewa Valley. “Our intent is that our construction will not cause disruptions to patients, so patients can experience the same exceptional care they have come to expect.”
When completed, the newly renovated space will include a new triage room, a new secure medication room, new televisions in patient rooms, an expanded staff work station, and enhanced security.