Hills & Dales General Hospital Completes Phase 1 of Renovation and Expansion

Hills & Dales General Hospital is thrilled to share that Phase 1 of the renovation and expansion project has been completed and all areas involved in the Phase 1 portion have been relocated. This includes the new entrance to the hospital, new lobby area and gift shop. It also includes the 12 renovated patient’s room on the inpatient floor, as well as the nurses’ station, and physical therapy area. Additionally, this includes the Specialty Clinic.

And finally, it includes Cass City Medical Practice; the practice of Dr. Hall, Dr. Bitner, and Marlene Schank, Nurse Practitioner, as well as the After Hours Clinic, which will now see patients under the Extended Hours of Cass City Medical Practice. Patients who are looking to use the Extended Hours can use the main entrance of the hospital and enter through the doors of Cass City Medical Practice. The Extended Hours offer the same great care seven days a week. The hours will also remain the same; Monday-Thursday, 5:00-9:00 p.m., Friday, 1:00-9:00 p.m., and Saturday/Sunday, 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. The providers that patients have seen in the After Hours Clinic will be the same providers in Extended Hours. With having Extended Hours attached to the hospital patients will easily be able to access resources if needed such as lab, radiology, and even the emergency room.

Jean Anthony, President & CEO says, “We want to thank everyone for their patience during the construction. We know it was challenging and we hope now that everyone gets to see and experience the new space, they know it was worth it. We are absolutely thrilled to open the new space and share it with our community. The support we have received from our patients and community members is amazing and I know the staff look forward to providing care in our new space.”

With the completion of Phase 1, now Phase 2 is underway which includes final work to the inpatient floor and the renovation of the cafeteria. The completion date of Phase 2 is slated for the end of 2018.