Temporary changes are being made to access and parking at Moog & Friends Hospice. (Submitted graphic)

Changes to hospital parking

Due to construction of the new tower at Penticton Regional Hospital there are parking changes

Due to construction on the new David E. Kampe Tower at Penticton Regional Hospital, temporary changes are being made to access and parking at Moog & Friends Hospice from July 31 until December 2018.

During this time, pedestrian and vehicle access to the hospice will be closed from Government Street through Hospice Road. Alternatively, the hospice can be accessed from the public entrance off of Industrial Avenue.

Signage and flaggers will be in place on Government Street to help individuals find their way and to direct traffic to the entrance on Industrial Avenue.

The hospice parking lot, excluding two handicap parking stalls, will also be closed and hospice parking will be relocated to the south parking lot.

For more information on the Patient Care Tower Project at Penticton Regional Hospital, please visit the Building Patient Care website.

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