APPLETON - Patients who have to be in the hospital at St. Elizabeth in Appleton may feel a little more comfortable.
A topping off ceremony was held Friday with a signing of the last structural beam for the bed tower at St. E's.
It will include 90 inpatient beds with state of the art equipment.
"We're really excited about this and we put our investment back into the community. You know, we've been in Appleton right here on Freemont St. for the last - nearly 114 years,” said Travis Andersen, St. Elizabeth president. “It's really an important part of our history and I feel lucky to be a part of it.”
A small pine tree was set on the beam. This is meant to wish luck for those who will be cared for and work in the building.
The project is estimated to be finished by late next year.
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