The emergency entrance at Parkview Regional Medical Center will be relocated to Entrance 1 beginning Monday to accommodate construction of the medical center's new tower. The relocation is expected to last until Aug. 24, officials said Tuesday.
Signs will be placed throughout the hospital campus to guide emergency traffic. This change will not affect EMS traffic, which will still be allowed to use the EMS entrance.
Parkview's new, 168,000-square-foot tower will be six stories tall and include 72 medical-surgical patient beds. Construction is scheduled to be complete in December.