WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Construction continues on Williams’ new health clinic.
According to Williams Hospital District Board President George Glen, the facility is on track with construction and is slated for completion by the end of the year.
Currently crews are working on the siding and insulation on the building, and the windows installation is the next task.
“Everything is on track, but it all depends on how severe the monsoon season is,” Glen said.
Glen said once the exterior is complete, crews will begin focusing on the interior of the building.
Northern Arizona Healthcare Foundation (NAHF) is funding the facility with a $6 million grant. The new facility will better accommodate patients for primary and urgent care needs and provide additional services such as an expanded physical therapy department. The building will also have a large community room for group classes.
Representatives from NAHF and North Country HealthCare (NCHC), along with Williams Hospital District board members, ceremonially broke ground on the new facility in September 2017. Construction began in July 2018.