Tillamook County General Hospital in Oregon to Build New Facility

Tillamook (Ore.) County General Hospital is designing a new facility, costing between $4 million and $4.5 million, to replace its five clinic buildings, according to a Tillamook Headlight Herald report.

The new building will house the hospital's specialists and a new urgent care clinic. It will provide additional space for its clinics and will eliminate redundancies, such as separate reception teams for each clinic building.

When the clinics move into the new facility, the hospital's administrative staff will move into the vacated space, allowing more room at the hospital for patient care.

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