- Starting Wednesday, May 16, the Cardiopulmonary Entrance (East) and the Emergency Department Patient Entrance are now open for patients and visitors.
- Patients and visitors to the Emergency Department no longer need to enter through the West Ambulance Entrance.
- Renovation will continue in a few areas of the Emergency Department for construction of a behavioral health exam room.
- Starting May 29, the East Patient Entrance will be closed for renovation. This entrance will be closed for approximately seven weeks. During this time, patients and visitors will need to enter the hospital through the Main Entrance (South) or the Cardiopulmonary Entrance (East).
- Construction continues in the Family Birthing Center for the nurses' station remodel.
Construction and remodeling projects are continuing to take place around the hospital.
- In the Emergency Department (ED), renovations continue with drywall and ceiling installation in the former ED Lobby. Within the next few weeks, construction of a behavioral health exam room in the ED will begin.
- In the Family Birthing Center, temporary barriers have been constructed and demolition has begun to remodel the nurses' station area.
- Construction has begun to enclose the 2nd floor balcony area in the Med/Surg Department. This area will be turned into a new conference room.
- The Emergency Department (ED) Patient Entrance Doors will be closed. To enter the ED, use the Ambulance Entrance (door D) on the west side of the building.
- The Cardiac Rehab/Cardiopulmony/Specialty Clinic doors on the east side will be closed. Please use the east main Patient Entrance (door A).
- During construction, the Occupational Health Department will be temporily moved to the Specialty Clinic area. Please use the east main Patient Entrance (door A).
The Bellevue Hospital (TBH) recently began several renovation projects in effort to expand customer and healthcare services.
On the north side of the main hospital facility, construction is taking place to add a new operating suite to the Perioperative Department and to upgrade the current sterilization area. The addition will allow more surgeries to be scheduled at the hospital and will also include a conference room.
Starting January, 2018, renovations will begin taking place on the hospital's Emergency Department patient entrance, and the east-facing Cardiac Rehab/Cardiopulmonary entrance. Renovations on the two entrances are expected to take seven-to-eight weeks to complete. During this time, both the Emergency Department patient entrance, and the Cardiac Rehab/Cardiopulmonary entrance will be closed. Visitor's and patients to the hospital's Emergency Department are asked to use the Emergency Department/Ambulance entrance on the west side of the building. Cardiac Rehab patients are asked to use the hospital's east-facing main patient entrance. No hospital patient and/or emergency services will be affected during this time.
During the Emergency Department entrance renovation, the Occupational Health Department will temporarily be moved to the Specialty Clinic area located inside the hospital. Patients and visitor's needing Occupational Health services are asked to enter the hospital through the east-facing main patient entrance. Volunteers will be available to assist in directing visitors to their needed location.
Along with the construction taking place on the hospital's main campus, the hospital has also acquired the building across U.S. Route 20 that formerly housed Prestige Portraits. Expanding the hospital's campus to the 102 Commerce Park Drive location will meet a growing need to provide more space for patients and parking. Once complete, the office building will house The Bellevue Hospital's Vein & Body Center, the Rehabilitation Department OB/GYN offices, and a 24-Hour Fitness Center.
The projects are expected to be complete by June, 2018.
Thank you for your patience while we strive to provide expanded healthcare services to our community members.
Please continue to check the hospital's website for construction updates. For additional information, contact Diane Darr, TBH Director of Support Services, at 419.483.4040, Ext. 4400.