Cheyenne Regional Medical Center has a series of meetings planned to update the public on three construction projects at the hospital, according to CRMC Senior Vice President David Squires. The first project is a new parking garage. Squires says that work is already underway and should be completed in August.

Squires says work on the hospital's cancer center should start in late July and should take about 12 months to complete. Squires says work on a new emergency care center is expected to get underway in September and should take 18 months to finish. Squires says the new emergency care unit will double the size of the current emergency center at CRMC as well as implementing other changes which Squires says should allow the new emergency center to serve patients for the next decade or so.

The first public meeting on the projects is planned for Wednesday, May 30 at 2:30 pm in Auditoriums A and B. Two more meetings are slated for Thursday, May 31, with the first at noon in Auditoriums A and B and the second at 5:30 pm in Auditorium B. The final public meeting is slated for Monday, June 11 at 5:30 pm in Auditorium A. Squires says all of the meetings are free and open to the public.