St. Vincent Neighborhood hospital to open July 12 in Noblesville 

The St. Vincent Neighborhood hospital will open to the public on July 12 in Noblesville. According to a news release, neighborhood hospitals “offer new comprehensive care options that improve patient experience and offer more convenience.”
The 17,000 square-foot facility will include seven emergency beds, eight inpatient rooms, imaging, pharmacy and lab services.
The opening of neighborhood hospitals is part of St. Vincent’s strategy to provide care to patients that provides a shorter wait time and is closer to their homes. According to the hospital, patients being treated at St. Vincent’s neighborhood hospital can expect to be seen within 15 minutes of their arrival.
These hospitals have the capabilities to treat acute injuries or illnesses that require emergency care as well as inpatient services.
A backyard neighborhood event will be held at the new hospital from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on July 15.The public is invited to come and receive information from local vendors and enjoy food. There will also be games for kids.
Plans are underway to open additional neighborhood hospitals in Avon, Castleton and Plainfield later this year and in 2018. For more, visit

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