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Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation was established in 1976, and continues its mission today of cultivating community health and building support for a strong rural healthcare system in north central Wyoming.


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Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU) provides critical care for the sickest and highest acuity patients in the hospital. Coordinated care in the ICU is designed to closely monitor, assess and intervene in the patient’s care and move patients towards recovery. Each member of the ICU Team is focused on one goal—healing—for each patient.

The hospital’s original ICU was built in 1979 and a small remodel to the nurses station was done in 2010. Now, 36 years later, our region’s population has grown substantially. Typical ICU patient care can be complicated and intense. Specialty care areas have also expanded in our community, with the growth of internal medicine and the addition of cardiologists, surgeons, and new facilities such as the cardiac and multi-purpose cath lab. All of this demonstrates a pressing need for additional ICU rooms, new technology and space.

At the heart of our Team’s development of the ICU expansion are the patient and his/her family members. Added space is essential for exceptional care through improved health outcomes and greater overall satisfaction for the patient as well as family and care givers. The medical staff will also benefit with additional space at the bedside enabling them to move about and utilize equipment as needed for individualized care.

Once the ICU is completed, the standard for critical care in our region will raise, save lives, and strengthen the healthcare community and Sheridan Memorial Hospital. Our primary goal is to always provide excellent patient care.


New ICU Room Rendering: 

Larger patient rooms allow staff to move around the room safely and effectively while caring for the

critically ill patient. 

This also allows space for family to remain at the patient’sbedside.

Proposed patient rooms include:
• Clinical monitor station with updated technology for the best possible patient care
• Natural light with a window to improve the patient and family experience
• Private ½ bathroom
• Sleeping couch for family

New technology will accommodate the continual advances of medicine. Additional patient rooms mean

lower patient transfers within the hospital and to other facilities outside the community
ICU shower room: a safe space for bathing and personal care within the unit

The SMH Foundation has a "bird's eye" view of the construction:



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