New Main Entrance Designated at Evangelical Community Hospital

August 20, 2018


Beginning Monday, August 27, 2018, the Donehower-Eisenhauer Pavilion, located at the rear of Evangelical Community Hospital, will become the main entrance for the Hospital. This primary access point should be used for all Hospital-related services EXCEPT for emergencies. Anyone experiencing a medical emergency should dial 9-1-1 or report to the Emergency Department entrance.

Signage and other directional tools will help guide patients to their locations and volunteers will be available to assist in wayfinding. Parking Lot F, near the Donehower-Eisenhauer entrance, is reserved specifically for patient use and convenience.

The entire front entrance to the Hospital closest to Route 15 will be fenced off as construction begins on the Patient Room Improvement, Modernization, and Expansion (PRIME) project. PRIME will enable the Hospital to serve the community by delivering quality healthcare in a modern facility that supports an enhanced healthcare experience.

For continued updates on parking, reporting for patient services, and updates on the progress of the PRIME project, visit www.evanhospital.com.

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