ECMC Plans $1.1 Million Renovation at Psychiatric Emergency Program
Erie County Medical Center is planning a $1.1 million redesign at its Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program to accommodate more patients and improve the flow.
Also known as CPEP, the program is a 24-hour regional service that treats children and adults in crisis. It operates adjacent to the medical center’s emergency department, and it saw about 13,000 patients last year.
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