2,200 staff make the move to JPCH as children’s hospital opens
Patients have been moved into Saskatchewan’s first children’s hospital with the doors officially opening Sunday morning.
The Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital posted photos to social media of the young patients being moved throughout the day.
More than 20 different departments were moved over which included equipment, files and staff. 2,200 staff members will call the new building home.
Regularly scheduled clinics begin in the new facility Monday.
Dr. Ron Siemens was on the first shift in the emergency department and said there were issues with the computers.
"Throughout the day little things would come up but because the operations team put these people right in place at the time it got dealt with at the time."