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$3.2 million facelift for Parkview Randallia

July 9th, 2013

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Last updated: July 9, 2013 9:41 a.m.

$3.2 million facelift for Parkview Randallia

Sherry Slater | The Journal Gazette

Parkview Randallia is getting gussied up on the outside after months of renovations to its inside.

Parkview Health officials on Monday announced plans to invest $3.2 million in upgrades to the campus. Project highlights include a new entrance, a park and a courtyard.

New signs also will be posted at the site just south of State Boulevard.

The Randallia campus was Parkview’s primary location until March 2012, when the local health care provider opened the Parkview Regional Medical Center just north of Dupont Road.

When the regional medical center project was announced, some neighbors of the Randallia campus feared it would be abandoned.

Sue Ehinger, president of Parkview Hospital and affiliates, said the non-profit has instead kept its commitment to the hospital and neighborhood as among its top priorities.

“Before we even moved our (specialty) services to Parkview Regional Medical Center a little more than a year ago, we began evaluating how we could best invest in the Parkview Randallia campus,” she said in a statement.

Ben Miles, Parkview Randallia’s vice president of operations, said officials routinely review their master plan to consider new programs and services.

“Through market research, we are getting a better understanding of the needs in this community, and it is our mission to address those needs with the appropriate services,” he said.