Years of planning came to fruition on January 10 when leaders, associates and volunteers at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Appleton moved patients from the Oneida Tower to the new Fremont Tower. This day was a momentous occasion in the history of St. Elizabeth Hospital, which was founded in 1899 and has served the Appleton community and beyond for 115 years by providing person-centered care. Watch the video above and see how the move-in day unfolded.
The brand new, state-of-the-art Fremont Tower was created with evidence-based design, using scientific processes and research. It features five stories, approximately 235,000 square feet, 90 patient rooms, and includes an inpatient unit, radiology renovation, central utility equipment, and a restaurant-style cafeteria called The Marketplace.
To read more about the features of the Fremont Tower, click here.
Published April 2015