A new $6 million state-of-the-art Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with 11 semi-private rooms and 23 beds was recently completed at Memorial Hospital in Gulfport. The hospital also has completed new, larger patient rooms as part of a massive infrastructure project adding floors 6 and 7 to the Main Patient Tower. Attending the ribbon cuttings were, from left, Linda Sherman, Memorial Board of Trustees; Carrolyn Hamilton, vice chairman, Memorial Board of Trustees; Kathie Short, secretary, Memorial Board of Trustees; Connie Rockco, president, Harrison County Board of Supervisors; Billy Hewes, mayor of Gulfport; Gary Marchand, president/CEO, Memorial Hospital at Gulfport; Marvin Smith, chairman, Memorial Board of Trustees; Roy Anderson III, president/CEO, Roy Anderson Corp; Mark McDaniel, vice president, Roy Anderson Corp; H.V. Nagendra, Roy Anderson Corp; and Kay St. Amant, Blitch Knevel Architects.
Courtesy of Memorial Hospital
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