The $55 million Parkview Hospital Randallia project in Fort Wayne has entered its next phase. Crews have begun work on façade upgrades, which hospital leaders say will improve the facility’s stability and safety.
Andy Ober, InsideINdianaBusiness.com
The chief operating officer of Parkview Hospital and Affiliates says increased demand and the need for more capacity led to the decision to invest $55 million into the health provider’s Randallia campus in Fort Wayne. Ben Miles says the project will result in nearly 150 high-paying jobs. The effort includes additional surgery suites and expanded services as well as significant structural improvements to the more than 60-year-old building. Miles says local residents helped shape the investment through feedback from neighborhood associations and other organizations. Read more…
November 21, 2013
Angola, Ind. — Parkview Health and Trine University are partnering to offer Trine’s new physical therapy program, the two organizations announced this morning at a press conference in the Carew Medical Park Atrium. Read more…
The Journal Gazette
Last updated: March 11, 2013 5:38 p.m.
VA, Parkview tout outpatient clinic
Brian Francisco | Washington editor
FORT WAYNE — Parkview Health will spend $5 million to renovate a building at its Randallia Drive campus for use as a Veterans Affairs outpatient clinic for mental health services, officials announced Monday. Read more…
Vibra Hospital signs lease for space at Parkview Randallia
By Bob Caylor
Tuesday, October 2, 2012 – 7:57 pm
FORT WAYNE – Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne solidified its plan to move to the Parkview Hospital Randallia campus by signing a long-term lease agreement.
Vibra Hospital is now at 2626 Fairfield Ave., and it plans to begin work immediately building and renovating space at Parkview Hospital Randallia, according to a statement announcing the lease agreement. Read more…