A $27 million renovation project at Blythedale Children's Hospital in Westchester County has added new technology for inpatient care and serviced more than 150 children since it opened in February.
The multiphase renovation project for the hospital began last year with the addition of eight beds in the traumatic brain injury unit and continued in February with the opening of the Milton Spahn Therapy Village and a new "simulation lab" that serves as a parent and family education center. The renovation of additional unused administrative space will allow the hospital to consolidate work on a new pharmacy that will open in June.
Blythedale Children's Hospital leadership said both patients and staff have responded positively to the renovated sections of the hospital since their opening in February.
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