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Hospital visitors asked to use alternate entrance during lobby renovations




Wilson Medical Center officials are asking visitors to enter the hospital through the Patient Registration Entrance next week while the main lobby is receiving renovations.

"We are closing our front lobby on Monday as we install new flooring,” says Rob Boswell, director of plant operations. "We expect to re-open the lobby Friday afternoon.”

The Patient Registration entrance is located to the right of the hospital’s main entrance.

"We look forward to showing the community the updated lobby next week,” Boswell says. "And we appreciate the community’s patience and understanding during this process.”

Duke LifePoint recently acquired an 80-percent stake of the hospital in a joint venture deal with Wilson Medical Center.

The hospital is now undergoing a strategic planning process for the future.

From staff reports
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packhouse roadie said...

And lets all hope that the new
plans include a Psychiatric
service one of the major
illnesses not served well in
Wilson.
I know it's not cool for a
hospital to desire such an inpatient
facility, cool is Cardio Fitness
which pays the rent.

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