With a new space dedicated to mental-health care, Trumbull Regional Medical Center and Coleman Health Services are providing service directly through the hospital’s emergency department.
Following a $1.63 million renovation, the space has been operating for about three months, said the hospital’s president, Krista McFadden. It is staffed by workers from the hospital, as well as from Coleman Health Services.
“It includes five psychiatric safe rooms, as well as a fast-track area with three patient rooms and a results waiting area aimed at expediting care through the emergency department,” she said at a ribbon cutting for the space on Thursday. “All of these improvements were made with patient satisfaction and experience in mind.”
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