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Public Open House for the NEW Sioux Valley Surgical Tower

Patients and families will soon have a revolutionary and more private experience inside the new Sioux Valley Surgical Tower.

New Facility to Improve Patient & Family Experience

Patients and families will soon have a revolutionary and more private experience inside the new Sioux Valley Surgical Tower. Sioux Valley Hospital USD Medical Center will unveil its new Surgical Tower to the public during an open house on Thursday, May 25 from 4-8p.m. with a ribbon cutting at 4:30p.m. The Surgical Tower is adjacent to Medical Building 3 on the south side of the main Sioux Valley Hospital Campus. The Surgical Tower is the largest project ever undertaken by Sioux Valley Hospital.

The Sioux Valley Surgical Tower includes 16 new state-of-the-art and minimally invasive surgical suites. The larger surgical suites will accommodate the latest in imaging technology and robotic-assisted surgery. The facility also includes private rooms where patients will prep for surgery with their loved ones nearby, a larger and more comfortable recovery area, and a Welcome Center with staff members to guide families and patients through their surgical experience.

The Sioux Valley Surgical Tower also includes the first phase of Sanford Children’s Hospital. The new Boekelheide Neonatal Intensive Care Unit will care for up to 58 babies in new private/personal suites. The individual suites are designed to stimulate healthy physical and mental development with minimal light and sound.

The public will be able to tour the building including inside the new surgical suites and the NICU during the upcoming open house.



Sioux
Valley
Surgical Tower

Public Open House

Thursday, May 25, 2006

4-8 p.m.

Sioux Valley Hospital USD Medical Center
south side of main campus