Brockville – Starting December 18, Brockville General Hospital’s (BGH) new curbside assistance program is available to patients and visitors.
As redevelopment of our Charles Street site continues, BGH remains committed to helping our patients and visitors access the care they need. The new curbside service will assist patients and visitors navigate the hospital’s entrance during construction.
BGH personnel will be on-hand near the drop-off zone, located outside the main entrance, from Monday to Friday 6:30 a.m. until 6 p.m.
The newly opened short term parking lot, also located in the centre of the traffic circle, is available for visitor use for up to 20 minutes of free parking. If visitors plan to stay longer, we ask they use the visitor parking lot.
In 2020, following the completion of the new 93-patient bed tower, BGH will have a new main entrance area, complete with curbside drop off, a canopy and nearby accessible parking.
BGH’s Charles Street site will have a new main entrance area, complete with curbside drop off, a canopy and nearby accessible parking following construction. Until then, a new curbside service is available for patients and visitors to navigate the main entrance.