Thanks to philanthropic support, we are renovating our Pediatric Recovery Room to reflect the exceptional level of care we provide. The room is a vital bridge in the treatment continuum, and the more we can offer in the way of a soothing, peaceful environment, the faster our patients will recover. We will transform the room into a space that provides optimal comfort and privacy for our precious children and their families. The renovations will dramatically improve privacy and comfort, with soothing colors, a more dynamic layout and visual attractions such as LED lighting, video screens and other technology.
“We’re very grateful to our generous donors for their gifts that are making the renovation possible,” said Stuart Klein, executive director.
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