Construction of a new medical records customer-service office will begin the evening of Monday, April 21, in the Center for Advanced Medicine (CAM) lobby. The office will be near the CAM entrance.
The office — part of Barnes-Jewish Hospital — is relocating to CAM from the first floor of Shoenberg Pavilion as part of the Campus Renewal Project. The new location will provide improved visibility and access for patients and their families.
Construction, which will continue for about five weeks, will take place evenings and weekends to minimize disruption to patients and visitors. The area will be contained to minimize dust.
The Washington University Medical Center campus is being transformed in the next decade by renovations and new construction as part of the Campus Renewal Project. Construction at the Medical Center is taking place at Barnes-Jewish and St. Louis Children’s hospitals and the School of Medicine.
Questions can be directed to Scott Naeger, BJC construction manager, 314-374-4089.