Pullman Regional Hospital is planning to grow its patient care services through an expansion and remodeling project. On Wednesday, the hospital’s board of commissioners approved the master facilities plan, essential to future organization in the project.
The master facilities plan is for meeting the facility needs of the district and the region for the future, said Scott Adams, CEO of the hospital. It provides the framework on how to organize, meet and carry out various phases of the project.
The project covers around 80,000 square feet and includes plans to relocate administrative services in an estimated 9,000 square feet of space; remodel about 17,000 square feet of space; and add approximately 54,000 square feet of patient care space, according to a news release.