POTSDAM, NY – Residents in the vicinity of Canton-Potsdam Hospital (CPH), along with its patients and visitors will be seeing continued road work in progress for the Hospital’s Regional Care Pavilion expansion project next week.
Anyone coming to the Hospital’s main campus at 50 Leroy Street, Potsdam, on Monday or Tuesday, September 12 or 13, 2022 is 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 September 12, work resulting in the temporary closure of Cottage Street will be underway. Please note: the Emergency Entrance is identified as North in the above map.
Also, beginning on September 12, the western most Emergency Department parking area will be closed off and under construction to support the Care Pavilion project. Entrance into the Emergency Department will not be affected during this phase of construction. However, it is anticipated that this parking area will be closed throughout the remainder of the project.
Staff will have access to a new parking area in the north-west corner of the main parking lot off Grove Street. This is the new area of asphalt parking that was recently completed.
To view updated photos and information on the Regional Care Pavilion, visit https://stlawrencehealthsystem.org/about/regional-care-pavilion.
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