New Temporary Emergency Room Entrance:
Tips for Our Patients
Towne Park valets Greg Jones, Lori Williams, and Charles Wright are part
of the team providing free parking services for AAMC patients and visitors
to the emergency room, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
One of the most significant changes on the
AAMC campus will begin soon: a new,
improved, and expanded emergency room
that will feature a special pediatric emergency
area and inpatient unit. The AAMC emergency
room is one of the busiest in the region,
currently serving more than 72,000 patients
The entrance to the emergency room will be
temporarily relocated during construction of
the new emergency room and patient tower.
The new entrance is adjacent to the main
entrance of the hospital. Here are tips if you
must drive to and visit the AAMC emergency
- Follow street signs for the new entrance to the emergency room. It is next to the main entrance.
- Follow campus signs for parking.
- A valet parking service will be available for ED patients and families coming to the AAMC emergency room, 10 a.m.–11 p.m., Monday
- through Friday.
- Check www.aahs.org for updates.
Eyes on the Prize!
What's that construction all about, anyway? Here’s what AAMC
is working on for our patients:
- A new, expanded emergency room,with a special pediatric emergency area and inpatient unit
- A new hospital tower featuring 50 additional patient rooms
- Eight additional operating rooms,for a total of 20 in the Acute Care Pavilion
- Nearly 5,000 garage parking spaces
- A Health Sciences Institute located in the new Ambulatory Services Pavilion
- More physician offices and services.
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