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The Leonard Dyer Regional Health Center is closing temporarily to undergo essential renovations and improvements. These renovations aim to enhance the facilities and services provided to the community, ensuring a better healthcare experience for all visitors.
The closure will begin on July 3rd and is expected to last until mid-August.
To ensure uninterrupted access to healthcare services, alternative locations have been arranged for specific programs:
Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program:
HIV/AIDS Program (HAP):
At these locations, dedicated staff members will provide the same level of care and support as experienced at the Dyer Building.
If you have an appointment or a scheduled service during the closure period, the Health Department will contact you to reschedule or provide alternative arrangements at one of the designated locations. Please ensure that your contact information is up to date.
Contact information for the Health Department will remain the same during the closure period. In case of emergencies, please call the appropriate emergency services or visit the nearest emergency room.
The Health Department will provide official announcements and updates regarding the progress of the renovations and the reopening of the Dyer Building. Stay connected through their website and look out for any official communications.
Yes, the renovations are being carried out to improve the quality of services and create an even better healthcare environment for the community. The Health Department aims to provide enhanced facilities and an improved experience upon the reopening of the Dyer Building.
For further information or inquiries, please contact the Health Department at [contact number] or visit their website at [website URL]. Their staff will be available to address any concerns or provide additional information during the closure period.