Brockville – Brockville General Hospital is committed to providing the best patient care. As BGH builds to meet the needs of our future patients, we remain steadfast in delivering an outstanding hospital experience today.
This summer, the majority of our Charles Street property is under construction as we build our new patient tower. Through the construction process, parking for our staff, physicians and volunteers has been impacted.
Effective Monday, July 16, construction at BGH’s Charles Street site will affect patient and visitor parking.
Access to the east visitor lot, located outside the main entrance will be taken over by construction. Subsequently, all visitors and patients will be asked to use the lot located beside the Emergency Department entrance. Overflow parking has graciously been made available at Brockville Collegiate Institute (BCI) High School, located off of Pearl and Orchard Streets. Security will be stationed at our hospital lot to direct traffic during peak business hours.
All hospital services, including emergency access, will function per usual.
To ensure a positive hospital experience, BGH is asking patients and visitors who are attending scheduled hospital services (diagnostic imaging, lab work, surgery, etc.) or appointments (office or clinic) to consider being dropped off at the main entrance.
We anticipate construction will be completed on the new parking lots by mid-August, which will house parking for all hospital users. Should the community have any questions or comments, please email our project team at firstname.lastname@example.org.