Western Missouri Medical Center (WMMC) has announced that the Western Missouri Women’s Health Center’s remodel is now complete.

The Warrensburg Chamber hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony in the Women’s Health Center in Warrensburg on Wednesday, Jan. 30 to celebrate the completion of the $88,000 remodel.

The remodel included changing exterior paint to a two-tone gray color and help patients easily identify the building, and reconfiguring the existing space to include a larger waiting area, private consultation area, check-out window, new flooring, paint and lighting.

The remodel was made possible thanks to a donation by WMMC’s Auxiliary and is a result of over 15 years of fund-raising and planning. Sharon Franklin, auxiliary president since 2001, has been helping raise money for the project since the beginning.

“When we started fund-raising 15 years ago, we wanted to have a focus. The focus has always been the Women’s Health Center,” Franklin said. “The Auxiliary always wanted to do something that’s lasting, that people can look to and be proud of."

To learn more about WMMC’s Women’s Health Center and the services offered, visit WMMC.com/Women.

In the top photo: Over 65 people showed their support at the Chamber’s ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Western Missouri Women’s Health Center Remodel.

In the photo below: From left to right: Donna Higgins, vice president; Sharon Franklin, president; Margo Smith, recording secretary; Joy Dorsey, Auxiliary volunteer; Susie Mysiewicz, Compassionate Friend chair; and Karen Pearson Knight, treasurer.



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