Erlanger North Hospital celebrates reopening of inpatients beds

Chattanooga, TN (WDEF) – Erlanger North Hospital will celebrate the reopening of inpatient beds during Homecoming 2015 on Sunday, June 14, noon to 3 p.m.

One of the highlights of homecoming 2015  will be an unveiling of a new sign, changing the name of the facility from Erlanger North to Erlanger North Hospital.

The Homecoming will feature free food and refreshments, free Mayfield Ice Cream, free blood pressure checks, tours of inpatient areas, and close-up tours of a LIFE FORCE helicopter, mobile intensive care unit, fire truck, police car and a police motorcycle. Games and inflatables will also be available for kids.

In addition to treatment, experienced nursing care and monitoring services for overnight stays in 12 inpatient rooms, Erlanger North Hospital will continue to offer outpatient services such as laboratory, imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Sleep Center studies, Children’s Hospital Therapy Services, Pulmonary Rehab, physician specialty appointments, 24-7 emergency services, and an inpatient Seniors Program.

This will be first of many phases as Erlanger welcomes back a multidisciplinary approach in healthcare to residents of north and west Hamilton County, including Red Bank, Signal Mountain, Walden, Falling Water, Middle Valley, Hixson and Soddy Daisy.

Erlanger North Hospital, located at 632 Morrison Springs Road, is part of the Erlanger Health System.

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