On Thursday, October 10th, faculty of the Monarch Diagnostic Clinic moved into its beautiful new space in the Monarch Center building.
The new Clinic facility contains a reception area, waiting room, office space for two full-time faculty, two dedicated testing rooms with an observation and records storage space between them, and direct access to a shared administrative conference room.
With planning and support from other Monarch faculty, the move was swift and the transformation of the empty space into a functional and well-equipped clinic was instantaneous.
“This gorgeous and efficient new space will allow us to fulfill our intentions to expand our services to include more families and clients as well as faculty,” said Dr. Bryant Shaw, Clinic Director.
“We’ve made our assessment rooms multi-purpose so that they can be used by our postdoctoral fellows and interns when not in use, and this will help us meet our projected training goals as well. The space is ideal in terms of its sense of privacy and its low noise levels.” he said.
Clients and families may now enter through the Monarch Center to access the Diagnostic Clinic.