FAYETTEVILLE, Ga. (Feb. 26, 2010) - The Piedmont Fayette Hospital (PFH) Minor Emergency Care Center (MECC) is closed for one week for renovations and will reopen on Tuesday, March 9.
The renovations will bring diagnostic services closer to the MECC for increased efficiency in patient flow. Included in the redesign are new finishes and a rearranged MECC and Outpatient Diagnostic Center (ODC). The ODC will not be closing, but renovations will make for better patient flow and access to PFH services.
The MECC is staffed by physicians, nurses and other emergency staff professionals who are able to treat a range of emergency conditions. Some of these conditions include cuts, bruises, ear aches, cold and flu symptoms, broken bones and other injuries or illnesses that are not perceived to be life, limb or vision threatening, including chest pains.
“We are pleased to be making these renovations to more comfortably serve our patients,” said Darrell Cutts, president and CEO of Piedmont Fayette Hospital. “We are doing everything we can to make this a seamless transition, and when renovations are complete; we will have a new and improved Minor Emergency Care Center for community members.”
The MECC is located less than two miles away from Piedmont Fayette Hospital at 105 Yorktown Drive, Fayetteville, Ga. Please call 770-716-2082 or visit fayettehospital.org for more information.