Brockville – Brockville General Hospital (BGH) will be building a temporary main entrance as it moves one step closer to providing all hospital services under one roof.
As part of the Phase II Redevelopment Project at BGH, the new multi-million dollar patient tower being built will connect to the current hospital building at its main entrance. As a result, contractors will be installing a new, temporary entrance, just north of the current entry.
“Despite the excitement of this next phase of construction, there will be no changes to the drop-off circle, patient registration or our waiting areas,” says Nick Vlacholias, President and CEO at BGH. “Our teams continue to work hard to minimize the impact on our patients and their loved ones.”
To limit patient and staff disruption, construction in this space will occur in the evenings with access to the
patient drop off zone at the main entrance unchanged. Work is expected to being the evening of September 17 and continue for about 6-8 weeks.
For information on BGH’s redevelopment project, visit www.brockvillegeneralhospital.ca/redevelopment.