Lee Health Update: Visiting hours to resume at most hospitals – Pine Island Eagle

  • October 14, 2022

Visiting hours to resume at most hospitals
After two weeks of disruption following Hurricane Ian, we are happy to announce that visiting hours will return to normal operations for most hospitals beginning Wednesday, Oct. 12.
Visitation will resume at HealthPark Medical Center, Cape Coral Hospital, Golisano Children’s Hospital and Gulf Coast Medical Center. Because of elevator damage at Lee Memorial Hospital, visitation will remain restricted to compassionate care cases only for at least another week while they sort through the safe navigation of people through their facility, including the additional capacity visitation would bring.
An update on Lee Physician Group and community-based care locations
As previously shared, most Lee Physician Group and community-based care locations are open. However, the following locations are closed until further notice:
• Lee Health Sanibel Primary/Walk-In Care (seeing patients at LPG Family/Internal Medicine – Bass Rd.)
• Lee Community Healthcare Inc. – Dunbar (seeing patients at the Outpatient Center at the Sanctuary)
• LPG Family Medicine – Lee Memorial Hospital (seeing patients at LPG Family/Internal Medicine – College Pointe)
• Lee Community Healthcare OB/GYN – E Fort Myers
• SWFL Children’s Charities Eye Center of Golisano Children’s Hospital
• LPG Pediatrics – Caring Way (seeing patients at LPG Pediatrics – Harbor Blvd.)
We will continue to post updates at www.leehealth.org as more information becomes available.
Blood Center – Summerlin Crossing opening
The Lee Health Blood Center – Summerlin Crossing (15880 Summerlin Road, Suite 113) is reopening, Wednesday, Oct. 12, and will be open 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Anyone who can donate blood is encouraged to do so. The Cape Coral Hospital and Bonita Community Health Center Blood Centers reopened last week.
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