Lewis County General Hospital Capital Project Underway
Updated: Jun 30
Lewis County General Hospital has begun a $32 million capital improvement project. The project will include the construction of a 26,262 sq. ft. surgical pavilion to expand (double) our current surgical capacity and renovation of our current 16,894 sq. ft. Medical/Surgical wing to create 24 private patient rooms with private baths to ensure patient safety and satisfaction and enhance infection prevention measures.
The capital project will promote an integrated, patient-centered model of health care delivery and will be the most comprehensive modernization of Lewis County General Hospital in its 90-year history. The construction and renovation project will provide a transformational change to the medical and surgical services at the hospital to ensure the highest level of quality healthcare to meet the current and future needs of our community for generations to come.
The Lewis County Hospital Foundation is conducting a capital campaign to raise $2.4 million to support the capital project. The Honoring the Legacy, Building the Future campaign will provide the community with the opportunity to support the project by making a charitable contribution to the Foundation. For information on ways to give to the capital campaign, please call 315-376-5110 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.