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Renovations Coming to Riverview
Coming Soon: Added Convenience and Stream-lined Care
Over the next few months, some changes will start to take place at Riverview. Among them, relocation of some high volume services and a stream-lined registration process.
In Phase 1, the Outpatient Lab will be relocating to a newly renovated space in the Emergency Center wing of the hospital. The Outpatient Lab sees the highest number of individual patients of any department in the hospital; as a result, its current location is increasingly insufficient for the number of patients we have, particularly during high volume times. This location will offer convenient parking and access to registration, as well as place lab patients close to Radiology and other departments they may also be visiting.
This will lead to Phase 2 and the relocation of patient registration to the Emergency Center wing. This will allow patients to enter and register in an area immediately adjacent to most of the services they would utilize in the hospital. Parking will be reconfigured to accommodate increased traffic through this area.
Lastly, Phase 3 will see adjustments to have Entrance #9 become a visitor entrance.
The renovation process will begin in early summer with a Fall 2012 completion goal. Watch the Riverview website (riverview.org), Facebook and Twitter for construction updates, photos and information on the project.
In other news, some physician offices have or will be relocating.
Dr. Ahmad Saltagi, Pulmonary Consultants, is now located in the Professional Office Building in Suite 114. He can be reached at (317) 770-2937.
Dr. Thomas Cittadine, Hamilton Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, has relocated his office to the Riverview Surgery Pavilion. The new address is 325 Westfield Road, Suite C. Dr. Cittadine’s number remains the same at (317) 776-0140.
In July, Hamilton Surgical Associates, the office of Dr. Sam Heiser, Dr. Douglas Rex and Dr. Jennifer Zyromski, will open in the Riverview Professional Office Building at 355 Westfield Road, Suite 120.
Dr. John Ward and the Riverview Interventional Pain Center will move from their current location in the Riverview Surgery Pavilion to newly renovated space on 2 North (adjacent to the Heart & Vascular Center).
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