100 Days Until New Hospital Opens!

September 3, 2009


Sunday is a noteworthy day for Sherman Health. As you can see from the title of this post, it marks 100 days until the future Sherman Hospital becomes the new Sherman Hospital. In light of this, here are some of the most popular facts about the beautiful new campus.

  • The New Sherman Hospital is a $325 million dollar project and covers 645,000 square feet!
  • Located in the Atrium, the new Tree House gift shop includes a walk-up Sherman Perk coffee window for coffee on-the-go.
  • To bring the aspect of nature inside the building, the atrium features the “Tree of Life,” a unique structural element.
  • The new hospital has a six-floor inpatient bed tower with 255 beds.
  • 100% of inpatient rooms will be private.
  • Patient rooms all have a flat-screen TV with basic cable and the entire hospital has wireless internet access.
  • The hospital has a fully operational 15-acre Geothermal Lake that naturally heats and cools the hospital.
  • The walking path that surrounds the geothermal lake can be used by all community members, regardless of whether you are a current patient or visitor.

For more details on this massive project and its progress, be sure to visit The Future of Sherman’s website, which you can do by clicking here!

2 Responses to “100 Days Until New Hospital Opens!”

  1. Francis B. said

    This is monumental feat of both engineering genius and ergonmic mastery of construction with quality patient care. The entire community and the region, in less than 100 days, will celebrate as your state of the art facility opens to the service of those in need.
    To the leadership of Rick Jakle and the entire Board, Hospital Team Members, Designers, Architects, Engineers,related professionals, Auxilary Members, Nurse Alumni,and Faithful Volunteers … may God continue to Bless all your unselfish service to those of His children in need!

    Blessings in Abudance!

  2. Thomas P. said

    It truly looks as if a great deal of thought was put into the site and every aspect of the building.
    I hope it is not a facility the I will not need on a regular basis.

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