WESTFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Noble Hospital in Westfield unveiled their newly-renovated medical/surgical patient wing Thursday morning.
The 2North patient wing has a completely new look, made possible by the more than $200,000 raised during the 2012 Noble Ball.
Upgrades were made to patient rooms, the nurses’ station, and family waiting area, including new lighting, floors, and equipment. Dr. Stanley Stzrempko told 22News that they are now able to provide a better patient experience in a more healing environment.
“Built out with quiet in mind, so if you’re in a patient room, the noise-proofing at the nurses’ station makes for a quieter night if you’re a patient here,” Strzempko said.
Noble President and CEO Ron Bryant said that they are happy to provide these improvements.
“It’s something the community deserves and we are proud to offer it to them,” Bryant said.
In November, Noble Hospital opened a new urgent care center for patients. They also have a new MRI suite and added a urology group.
Bryant told 22News that these improvements and growth make them a more competitive medical center for patients in Westfield, Southwick and the Hilltowns, who perhaps used to go to Springfield or farther east for care.