Hospital planning $7 million upgrades

An elderly person is looking for the main entrance but is guessing which set of doors to use.

A majority of people coming to Johnson Memorial Hospital assume they will find a receptionist sitting at a welcome desk behind the front doors to Building 1155. After all, that entrance is the closest to the area where most people park and has a large canopy over the drop-off site.

But the actual main entrance to the hospital is tucked away in a corner next to the emergency room entrance, to the west. Because of consistent confusion, the hospital is planning a $7 million project that in part will create a more distinct main entrance.

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