Mercy Hospital receives $1M pledge for renovations

Ada, Okla.-based Mercy Hospital received a $1 million pledge from the Valley View Foundation to remodel its front entrance and gallery, according to The ADA News.

The donation will help fund the $2.6 million renovation project which will modernize the hospital's main entrance and gallery, including the restrooms, gift shop, welcome desk and preadmission area. In addition, the laboratory, X-ray and EKG departments will move to the front of the building during the remodel.

The renovation project is being devised and construction will begin in 2018. 

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