The redevelopment at the Rylstone Multipurpose Service (MPS) is edging closer to completion with the new front entry now in use.
Susan Gawthorne, Health Service Manager at the Rylstone MPS, said the redevelopment project has delivered many upgrades and improvements to the facility.
“The new front entry is in the same location as the old front entry, however it has been significantly upgraded to include an airlock for improved comfort and safety for our staff and patients,” she said.
The front entry will be open from 8am to 8pm. Outside of these hours the front doors will be locked and patients will be directed to use the intercom to the left of the doors to speak to the staff within the MPS. The intercom has both voice and video capability.
For urgent emergency presentations outside the hours of 8am to 8pm there is also a nurse call button located on the right of the front entry.
Please contact the Rylstone MPS on 02 6357 8111 if you have questions about the new entry and procedures.
The Rylstone MPS is part of a NSW-wide $300 million program of works to upgrade existing or build new Multipurpose Service facilities at a number of rural and remote communities.
For more information on the redevelopment project please visit http://www.mps.health.nsw.gov.au/Projects/Rylstone.