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Danbury Hospital Tower Expansion Project Advisory

Friday, April 13, 2012 - Danbury, CT

An architect's rendered version of the new tower building for Danbury Hospital

Please note the following possible traffic delays and entrance changes regarding Danbury Hospital’s Tower expansion project.

Traffic Advisory

Patients and visitors should expect possible detours and/or delays as construction-related paving work proceeds on Hospital and Tamarack Avenues beginning April 17th through April 30, 2012.

Entrance Change

Effective Monday, April 23rd, Danbury Hospital’s Main Lobby 5 Tower entrance will be closed for an extended period of time due to construction of the new Tower.

  • Patients and visitors are directed to park free in the Red and Gold garages located off of Locust Avenue.
  • For those requiring extra assistance, free valet parking is available at the adjacent Stroock entrance also located off of Locust Avenue for your convenience.
  • Discharges will take place via the One Stroock Bridge to the Red parking garage. Parking is free at this location. There will be no discharges from the main Tower, Hospital Avenue entrance after April 22nd until construction is complete. 
  • Cardiac Rehab, Pulmonary/Respiratory, Wound Care and Behavioral Health (only) patients will have free valet parking services from the North Building located off Hospital Avenue.

About Western Connecticut Health Network

Western Connecticut Health Network is the region’s premiere, patient-centered health care organization serving residents of Western Connecticut and adjacent New York. The organization is anchored by two nationally recognized hospitals, Danbury Hospital and New Milford Hospital, as well as their affiliated organizations. In addition to the two hospitals, the continuum of care offered includes the following affiliates:

Western Connecticut Health Network has centers of excellence in women’s health, cardiovascular and cancer services; minimally invasive and joint and spine surgery; digestive disorders and radiology and diagnostic imaging. It also offers specialized programs for neonatology with a Level IIIb neonatal intensive care unit and accredited sleep disorder centers. Both hospitals also maintain active clinical research programs, offering clinical trials for patients with cancer and other health concerns.

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