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Inspira Bridgeton unveils renovated ER

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From left, Chairman of Emergency Medicine Matt Warner, Inspira Hospital Board Chairman Gary Galloway, Inspira Network Board Chairman Michael McLaughlin, Inspira health Network President and CEO John DiAngelo, Executive Vice President of Operations Todd Way, City of Bridgeton Mayor Albert Kelly, and Cumberland County Freeholder George Castellini at the Aug. 27 ribbon cutting for Inspira Health Center Bridgeton's Emergency Department.
From left, Chairman of Emergency Medicine Matt Warner, Inspira Hospital Board Chairman Gary Galloway, Inspira Network Board Chairman Michael McLaughlin, Inspira health Network President and CEO John DiAngelo, Executive Vice President of Operations Todd Way, City of Bridgeton Mayor Albert Kelly, and Cumberland County Freeholder George Castellini at the Aug. 27 ribbon cutting for Inspira Health Center Bridgeton's Emergency Department. - ()

Inspira Health Center Bridgeton held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday to celebrate the $2.5 million expansion and renovation of its Emergency Department.

The newly renovated 8,900 square feet of space divides the department into two separate areas: one for behavioral health crisis patients and the other for patients with emergency medical requirements.

With the total number of treatment areas increased to 17 from 12, other new features at the facility include: five behavioral health crisis rooms, a new medical waiting room, a results waiting area, 10 acute medical treatment rooms and more.

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