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Ellis Hospital moving its ER entrance for project

One of three large, digital “traffic” message signs, strategically positioned around Ellis Hospital on Wednesday afternoon, inform motorists of the planned move of the entrance to the hospital's Emergency Department.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
One of three large, digital “traffic” message signs, strategically positioned around Ellis Hospital on Wednesday afternoon, inform motorists of the planned move of the entrance to the hospital's Emergency Department.
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Beginning Monday, anyone looking to use the emergency room at Ellis Hospital should show up at the hospital’s Nott Street entrance via the parking garage. The Rosa Road entrance will be closed during the two-year construction of an expanded emergency department and two-deck parking garage. Emergency room patients not arriving by ambulance should enter the existing parking garage, where they will find special, ER-designated parking near the main level entrance. Once they enter the hospital, ...


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gina99
December 6, 2012
8:03 a.m.

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More nonstop construction at Ellis. They should have transferred all ER services to the old St Claires. No wonder you can't give away property in nearby neighborhoods. Have they started a fair share PILOT yet?

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