Tri-Cities Community Health will open a new walk-in primary care wing which will include pharmacy and laboratory services.
The new building at 515 W. Court St. in Pasco will feature approximately 6,000 square feet of clinical space; six exam rooms, procedure room, room for instrument sterilization, employee break room, pharmacy and laboratory space.
A $1 million federal grant paid for the project.
The Tri-Cities Community Health remodel will make the building more efficient and provide a comfortable and modern look meant to enhance the overall patient experience.
The section of the building that was remodeled is in the oldest part of the original building. It stems back to the early ‘60s with a simple slab on grade foundation and has evolved into a modern design.
The wing opening is tentatively set for June.
George Booth of Booth and Sons Construction Inc. of Richland is the contractor. The architect is Richland’s N2K Design, led by Bruce Baker.
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