Army celebrates grand opening of new wing at Fort Stewart hospital
FORT STEWART, Ga. – Officials with Fort Stewart, Army Medical Command, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and other partners celebrated the grand opening of a new wing at the Winn Army Community Hospital, Jan. 14. The ribbon cutting ceremony marked the completion of a new 65,000-square-foot, two-story expansion named the Liberty Wing by the Fort Stewart community. The bottom floor houses occupational and physical therapy, orthopedics, and chiropractic care; while the top floor houses behavioral medicine, social work services, and the Child Adolescent and Family Assistance Center. The Liberty Wing was part of a $25 million contract, awarded to McCarthy Building Company, for phase one of a wide-scale, multi-year hospital renovation and expansion project managed by the Corps' Savannah District. In addition to the new wing, phase one included a new parking lot and an expanded central utility area. USACE photo by Tracy Robillard.