Atrium Medical Center’s Ribbon Cutting
Signals Final Phase of Preparations for Opening on December 9, 2007
Middletown, Ohio, Sunday, November 11, 2007 – With today’s ribbon cutting and community open house at Atrium Medical Center, the $195 million facility begins final preparations for the arrival of patients on December 9. The ribbon cutting comes 30 months after ground was broken on June 8, 2005. The new hospital is located one-quarter mile east of I-75 near the State Route 122 and Union Road intersection.
“This is a landmark day for our community,” said Douglas W. McNeill, FACHE, Atrium Medical Center president and CEO. “At Atrium Medical Center, the heart of Premier Health Campus – Middletown, we’re fulfilling our vision of providing the highest quality health care available anywhere to the people of Butler and Warren counties and beyond.”
With five patient floors, Atrium Medical Center has 250 beds in all-private patient rooms. The expanded Emergency Trauma Center is designed to accommodate 80,000 emergency visits per year. Breakthrough treatments and proven experts at the Cancer Center offer the best possible outcomes for every individual. The newest digital imaging technology delivers accurate, detailed information to help doctors make the best treatment decisions. In 2008, Atrium’s Heart Center will introduce full-scale heart care, including cardiac and peripheral vascular stents, open heart surgery and valve replacement.
Atrium Medical Center’s healing environment focuses on the needs of patients and their families. Convenient parking is close to the services patients and families will use. Patient rooms feature space for a family member to stay overnight, high-definition flat-screen televisions and room service for patients from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the building.