University of Iowa News Release
May 20, 2005
New Emergency Treatment Center Route At UI Hospitals And Clinics Opens Monday
Beginning Monday, May 23, ambulance drivers and individuals approaching University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics eastbound on Melrose Avenue will need to use an alternate route to access the Emergency Treatment Center (ETC).
Eastbound emergency traffic on Melrose Avenue will be routed through Grand Avenue Court to access Grand Avenue and continue toward the ETC. This is necessary due to road construction on South Grand Avenue, which will limit traffic to one lane southbound until mid-August. Signs are posted along both Melrose Avenue and Grand Avenue to help direct drivers.
Grand Avenue Court, currently not open to through traffic, will be temporarily re-opened during this construction period.
Upon leaving the Emergency Treatment Center, drivers will continue to be able to turn westbound onto Grand Avenue to access Riverside Drive.
Questions can be directed to Dave Walz at email@example.com.
Construction updates remain available online at www.uihealthcare.com/etc.
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