The Shingletown Medical Center’s staff and volunteers have begun packing boxes and gearing up for a moderate refurbishing. SMC has received a $50,000 grant from the McConnell Foundation to go toward a new metal roof. For the rest of the much-needed project, SMC applied for a loan through the California Health Facilities Financing Authority. This project will consist of new flooring along with new paint throughout the entire interior. The center will also be getting a fresh coat of paint on the outside.
This project is set to begin on Friday, September 27th and is scheduled to be completed on Monday, October 7th. SMC will be closed during the renovation and is planning to reopen on Tuesday, October 8th. During this time, SMC will have off-site phone access that will assist with prescription refills. Appointment scheduling will resume upon the center’s reopening.
“We truly appreciate everyone’s patience during this time and any inconvenience this may cause for our patients,” stated Tami Fraser, interim CEO at SMC. “We will be hosting an open house in early November to show off our new look and feel. We hope everyone can join us.”
Shingletown Medical Center is committed to meeting the current and evolving community needs by providing exceptional primary and behavioral health care and related services to the residents and visitors of Shingletown and surrounding rural communities, including the underserved.
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For further information please contact:
Patti Allison, Development Officer
Shingletown Medical Center
530-474-3390 ext. 333