NEW OUTPATIENT, EMERGENCY SERVICES CENTER
We are now opening our new, state-of-the-art addition to the east side of our hospital in Franklin. The addition is part of a $47 million project, the largest in Johnson Memorial Health’s history, which has completely re-shaped the campus.
Outpatient services have begun to move to the new facility, with the new Emergency Room set to open later this summer.
17,400 square-foot emergency department with a new ambulance drive and bay.
33,000 square-foot outpatient services space (including radiology, laboratory and wellness activities) with a separate, canopy-covered entrance for easy and safe patient access.
A wellness suite and room for future expansion and services on the second floor.
No local or county tax dollars were used to fund the project.
Indianapolis-based design firm Cripe oversaw architecture and engineering requirements.
New Main Entrance Open
The new Main Entrance provides easy access to the new Registration Area and other hospital buildings. Patients using Johnson Memorial outpatient services need to now sign in here on the east side of the campus.
Medical Imaging, Breast Care Center in New Home
The new Medical Imaging Department is open. Besides a new location, they have state-of-the-art equipment for mammograms and bone density, MRI and CT scans and nuclear medicine outpatient services. Use Drake Road to enter the campus for convenient parking near the new Main Entrance.
New Emergency Room Opening Later This Summer
The Johnson Memorial Health Emergency Room remains operational at our current location until construction is completed in the new building addition. Patients needing emergency services should still use the north side Emergency Entrance off of Jefferson Street.