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Opening our new front doors!
09.23.2010 [Campus Improvements]

Monday marked the debut of our brand-new main entrance near the Waldemere Garage – See the first photo below. The relocation of our front door is a key phase in the construction of our new Courtyard Tower and will allow for the demolition of the old five-story Northeast Tower located in front of the hospital. Free valet parking is available at the entrance for patients’ and visitors’ convenience. Please don’t hesitate to ask any of our valets or staff members for directions and assistance!

The hospital’s new Loop Road, which winds around the front of the campus from Waldemere Street to the Emergency Care Center, also has opened. Please follow the signs if you are driving to our ER. Free valet parking is available at the Emergency entrance as well. The bottom photo below shows our newly renovated ER entrance.


New entrances to open Monday, 9/20
09.17.2010 | Campus Improvements

The next phase of Sarasota Memorial’s campus improvement project is under way! The hospital’s new temporary main entrance and valet area will open Monday, Sept. 20 by the Waldemere Garage. The current main entrance and canopied valet/drop-off area also will close Monday. Demolition of the Northeast Tower will begin at the end of September and […]

Walk This Way
 
09.09.2010 | Campus Improvements

  If you park in the hospital’s Waldemere Garage and need to walk to or from the hospital or Waldemere Medical Plaza, you’ll find the third-floor pedestrian bridge easier to access than ever before. There are now three “cut-throughs” leading from the third floor of the garage to the walkway – see the photo above. […]

Process of Elimination – Northeast Tower Demolition
09.01.2010 | Campus Improvements

Meet Greg Ritter with Skanska Construction and learn about the demolition process for Sarasota Memorial’s Northeast Tower, part of the Campus Improvement Plan which will ultimately result in the construction of the new Courtyard Tower.

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