Construction and parking update for August 2

Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy have moved!

OT_PT

On July 25, the Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy Departments (OT/PT) moved from the 1982 building into their new home on the ground floor of the Ambulatory Care Building (ACB), right across from Starbucks. This is now their permanent home. All OT/PT patients and their families should go to the new location for appointments.

Construction reminders:

Ambulatory Care Building main entrance is open/east entrance closed
The main entrance (44) to the Ambulatory Care Building (the one with Starbucks) is now open! However, the east entrance (46; closest to the parking lot) is now closed.

Construction outside Emergency continues

EmergCraneConstruction is now in full swing outside of the BC Children’s Emergency Department. Fencing and a large crane are in place. Parking in the area is short-term and very limited. The area directly in front of the Emergency entrance is reserved for ambulances only. Families are encouraged to use the free valet serviceThe Emergency entrance will remain open throughout construction (scheduled until March 2014.)

Site construction limits available parking on campus.
Please allow extra time when coming to your appointment. Watch for new signage and follow directions of flag persons.

Please drive slowly while on campus.
Traffic patterns are constantly changing for both vehicles and pedestrians. Pedestrians may be hidden from view.

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