With $38M remake, Ehrling Bergquist shifts focus to outpatient care
Senior Airman Kevin Chapman works the desk at the Public Health Clinic in Offutt Air Force Base’s Ehrling Bergquist Medical Clinic in Bellevue. The 47-year-old hospital was gutted and remade in the four-year, $38 million project. The maternity ward was scrapped, and inpatient rooms gave way to outpatient clinics.
Posted: Tuesday, September 10, 2013 12:00 am
Updated: 12:10 pm, Fri May 23, 2014.
After four years and $38 million worth of construction, Offutt Air Force Base’s Ehrling Bergquist Medical Clinic has hopped into the 21st century.
The makeover of the 47-year-old hospital was part of a shift in military and civilian medicine away from inpatient hospital stays to outpatient care.
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Tuesday, September 10, 2013 12:00 am.
Updated: 12:10 pm.