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UHS Binghamton General has new entrance after renovation work

By Eric Reinhardt


The new entrance at UHS Binghamton General Hospital after a renovation project that started back in early April. (PHOTO CREDIT: UHS website)

BINGHAMTON — The main entrance to UHS Binghamton General Hospital on Mitchell Avenue has reopened.

It follows two-and-a-half months of renovation work and facilities improvement, per the UHS website.

The entrance closed April 8 so crews could begin work on the complete replacement of the entrance canopy. The project included replacement of the structured canopy and façade, creating a new entryway to the Binghamton facility’s main lobby and gift shop area.

As the work continued, the hospital used a temporary entrance for visitors to reach the hospital’s main area through the courtyard and physicians’ entrance, the hospital said.

UHS Binghamton General will continue offering valet parking at the newly remodeled entrance, the hospital added.