Though still a work in progress, construction on the new Campbell County
Maternal Child Unit is fast approaching the finish line. Located above the Main Lobby on the
east end of CCMH, the unit will have three exam rooms, one minor procedure
room and eight Labor/Delivery/Recovery/Postpartum rooms (called LDRPs).
This is significant because CCMH has never had this type of room for moms
and babies before, which are now common in many healthcare facilities.
Moms currently deliver their babies in a labor room and then are moved
to a postpartum room on a different wing.
Other features of the new unit are a C-Section (operating) room, a six-bed
level II Nursery and three dedicated Postpartum rooms. An additional four
“flex” rooms will open at the same time and can be used for
Maternal Child or Medical Surgical patients.
Inpatient Room Replacement Project is the first major overhaul of patient rooms since the opening of Campbell
County Memorial Hospital in 1981. Learn more about it at
Maternal Child Grand Opening Celebration
Tuesday, July 9, 2019
3-6 pm: Public and employee tours of the new unit
4:30 pm: Ribbon Cutting and Dedication
CCMH, 501 S. Burma Avenue, Gillette, Wyoming