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Hospital renovations continue; temporary entrance closure announced

10/25/2016

Beginning Wednesday, Nov. 2, the main entrance to Uniontown Hospital will be closed for renovation.

“It will be necessary to close the main entrance to the facility for approximately six weeks as we work to renovate that area,” Don Record, Executive Director of Support Services said. “An alternative “main entrance” will be created to easily accommodate all patient and visitor flow near the Emergency Department Entrance.”

The closure of the main entrance is the latest phase of renovations at the hospital, as exterior upgrades to multiple parking areas resulted in changing traffic patterns throughout the summer.  

The change to the entrance will be noted with signage that will help guide visitors into the building.  

The site work is part of a campus-wide construction plan created to optimize the patient and visitor experience.

Record said that anyone coming to the hospital for care or to visit a patient should use the newly paved parking area along McClellandtown Road and then follow signs to gain access to the building.

Additionally, parking attendants will be on hand to provide additional assistance with parking or entering the facility.

“We are truly grateful to our patients and their families for their patience as we continue to work to make a healthy difference in our community,” Record said  

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