POTSDAM, NY – Residents in the vacinity of Canton-Potsdam Hospital (CPH), along with its patients and visitors will be seeing continued work in progress for the Hospital’s Regional Care Pavilion expansion project beginning this week.
Anyone coming to the Hospital’s main campus at 50 Leroy Street, Potsdam, between July 28 and August 5, 2022 are being encouraged to avoid using Cottage Street to access the parking lot. The least congested entrances to the Hospital’s main campus will be from Grove Street, or off Leroy Street near the Center for Cancer Care.
Beginning Thursday, July 28, 2022, work resulting in the temporary closure of Cottage Street will be underway. Please note certain entrances to the 25 Cottage Street General Surgery office will be closed.
For a couple of days next week, individuals may need to access the Hospital’s Emergency Entrance (identified as North in the map) and the 25 Cottage Street General Surgery office through a different parking lot entrance or opposite-end street intersection. While traffic will be slightly diverted, no parking lots off Cottage Street will be closed during this phase of construction.
The demolition of houses at 13 and 15 Grove Street will also begin on August 1. This work will take approximately two weeks and is not expected to impeed traffic flow.
Interior construction work at Canton-Potsdam Hospital will commence on August 1 and is expected to be completed on August 5. Patients and visitors are asked to kindly excuse the minor construction they may encounter in the main waiting area as a new electrical room is being built.
To view updated photos and information on the Regional Care Pavilion, visit https://stlawrencehealthsystem.org/about/regional-care-pavilion.
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