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Beausejour Brokenhead River Review (Newspaper) - June 30, 1998, Beausejour, Manitoba THE BROKENHEAD RIVER LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 200 VAUGHN MB Volume 5 Issue 26 m HEAOF EASTERN MANITOBA June 1998 60 cents INSIDEi WHITE POPIAR SCHOOL RSUNION Hospital plans viewed NEHA presents four endorses one by Mark Buss At a meeting at the Beausejour Town Office on June the North Eastman Health Authority NEHA displayed drafts of four separate plans for a new or renovated hospital as well as some approximate num bers that would include build ing costs and square footage to council members of Towns and RMs that have used the Beausejour and District Hos pital in the Of the four two are structures that would be built separately from the existing facility and two that could join to the present The plans as well as a feasibility study were de signed to include 30 beds for inpatients with operating fa The price on the new project ranges from to a square The first option is a building to the South of the present totally sepa rate but still on hospital prop erty which would nullify ex tra land The area would cover would have good site access and al low for ease of future expan The idea calls for the demolition of the 1952 sec tion but would leave the 1972 addition unattached and on its A drawback in this plan is that the Health Au thority would be unable to keep the remaining building functioning on its own and at the same members feel that demolition the 72 sec tion would be a waste as it has been deemed structurally sound by I couldnt see tearing down a house after 25 years never mind a building that could be used in this capac said NEHA Chairman Don As it stands we dont have the money to keep it running as a separate The new site option ran at a bill of approximately The second plan was an East Gate juxtaposed option which would hook onto the South side of the retirement home taking advantage of the administration laundry and house The Class of 98s 61 students stand to accept their diplomas at the Edward Schreyer School Graduation Ceremonies at the Rec Hall on June Valedictorians Ken Porhownik and Carla Goritz inset address their class and those in attendance keeping services The immediate problem was that there would be a consid erable site acquisition and development cost as well as compromising the quality of life for the residents of East Manager of Regional Programs Wendy Woolley r and NEHA Chairman Don Mazur display hospital planning options and field Check out our Web site Gate as they in fact call the lodge This project had a total square footage of approxi mately but was not recommended by the Because of a price tag on this project was not The next two options were almost mirror images as an addition of would join the 72 section at either the North or South Both needed moderate construc tion and were both ideal for acute care functions and fu ture The need for not having to acquire more land is also a bonus as once again they would be built on hospital Although both struc tures were similar in size and the erection planned for the South end see R3 page 2 was the one deemed more suitable by the NEHA and esthetically In addi the parking lot on the North end could remain in tact for its initial in this as peo ple approach the facility nor mally from the North side it wouldnt be hidden by the grain elevators at the corner of Atlantic Avenue and First The cost of either project runs in the neighborhood of million and both plans call for a space of about Whichever option is it will be set up as a primary health centre with a public health clinic and All four options as well as the NEHAs recommenda tion have now been passed along to all the area repre sentatives in They will in turn be taking the plans as well as a pro posed draft resolution back to their respective The resolution is a simple form stating that the municipali ties in the region must come up with their share of the funding as required by the Province of Manitobas com munity contributions for capital The NEHA decides the best option and the mu nicipalities provide the fund said NEHA Manager of Regional Programs Wendy Woolley discussing the 20 required by the In capital the govern ment is conscious of the money being spent seeing as they are supplying 80 of the Plans to upgrade the hospital began in 1990 but were scrapped when all provincial and federal capital projects were fro This perhaps may have been for the best as the previous plans have been reviewed and would not have met the commu nities email address email@example.com
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