Wisconsin, US-based health system ThedaCare has concluded the next phase of its $100m investment to modernise the ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah, introducing improvements to behavioural health services and a new Women’s Center.

The project aims to improve medical accessibility and local healthcare.

As part of the project, the behavioural health space has been remodelled, with private rooms and enhanced care.

In addition, the newly created Women’s Center offers services, such as mammography and bone density testing, in a spa-like environment.

ThedaCare South Region senior vice-president Lynn Detterman said: “Each phase of the coordinated modernisation project reflects and supports ThedaCare’s mission to improve health and well-being of the communities served.

“As we are more than half-way through the project, we see the finish line in sight.

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“As the plans take shape, it is incredible to see how these enhancements are advancing coordinated care throughout our communities.”

The project is supported by community donations and is scheduled to be complete in early 2024.

Future phases are expected to include improved outpatient services and a new dining area.

ThedaCare Behavioral Health director Julie Meyer said: “Investing in the inpatient care space shows ThedaCare’s commitment to continuing to provide and enhance behavioural health care in our communities.

“We understand it is a critical need. Our teams have always provided great care, and now, we have the opportunity to make the care even better.

“Enhancements such as private rooms, direct line of sight for team members, a relaxation room, an exercise room- all of these things tie back to ThedaCare’s dedication to empower people to live their best, unique lives.”