A ribbon cutting was held at the Freeman Neosho Hospital. The chapel has been relocated to the second floor, making it more centrally located and closer to patient rooms. The renovation incorporated the three stained glass windows from the original space. By moving the chapel to the second floor, it has now created a bigger waiting room on the first floor.
“It’s a time of great anxiety, worry and concern. So to have the chapel as a place of solitude, where you can go to pray, to reflect, to lay your burdens down, is a very valuable thing for our patients,” said Paula Baker, President and CEO of Freeman Health System.
Baker says the chapel is open to anyone that needs it.