TYNDALL, S.D. (AP) — A hospital in southeastern South Dakota is dedicating the addition of a new patient wing.

St. Michael's Hospital Avera in Tyndall will host a dedication ceremony and blessing on Wednesday evening.

The new wing cost $2 million and includes 12 patient rooms, urgent care and infusion therapy, and a new chapel.

The construction of the 7,000 square foot addition began in July 2014 and wrapped up this summer.

The dedication ceremony will include a blessing from Sioux Falls Diocese Bishop Paul Swain.

There will be an open house following the ceremony.

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