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Facility Improvements Continue at Cass Regional

Hospital news | Monday, August 29, 2022

The first phase of a $2.1 million expansion and renovation project at Cass Regional Medical Center is now complete.

The finished areas include an expanded waiting area for laboratory and respiratory therapy patients, and a larger lab reception work space. The first phase also features an additional blood draw station and a new blood bank room.

“We are very glad to offer our lab and respiratory therapy patients a larger, more aesthetically pleasing waiting area, while expanding our capabilities ‘behind the scenes’ to improve clinical services,” said Chris Lang, CEO. “We greatly appreciate the ongoing support of our patients, visitors and staff as we continue toward our goal of providing the very best facilities possible.”

The next phase of the project, which is currently underway, will include another blood draw station and a new microbiology room. The entire construction project, which also encompasses the new Mills Cancer and Rheumatology Center, is slated for completion in mid-2023.

About Cass Regional Medical Center

As a critical access hospital, Cass Regional Medical Center maintains a 21-bed medical/surgical unit, a four-bed intensive care unit, and a 10-bed behavioral health unit. Services provided by Cass Regional Medical Center include emergency care; general and specialty surgery; and rehabilitation services which include nationally-recognized cardiac rehabilitation and diabetes education programs. The hospital offers advanced diagnostic capabilities such as MRI, CT and PET-CT scanning, digital and 3-D mammography, nuclear medicine and a nationally-accredited sleep study lab.

Specialists in nearly 20 different areas treat patients on the Cass Regional campus in either the medical center or the adjoining Rock Haven Medical Mall, which is home to Cass Regional’s Rock Haven Specialty Clinic, Cass Regional Orthopedics, and Harrisonville Medical Clinic (family medicine, general surgery, and ear, nose and throat). The Wound Center at Rock Haven Specialty Clinic provides comprehensive treatment for chronic, slow-to-heal and serious wounds. Cass Regional also operates five additional family medicine clinics in the communities of Archie, Garden City, Kingsville, Peculiar and Pleasant Hill. For more information, visit www.cassregional.org.