Making a great entrance

The entrance to KSB Hospital is one of my favorite places. The landscaping team does a tremendous job of creating a welcoming point of entry for our patients and their families.

Recently I approved a resurfacing of the road coming off Second Street towards our main entrance. It’s time to make this part of the KSB Campus look nicer and provide a safer start to the patient’s journey.

What else should we focus on to keep our facilities up to date? I look forward to your response.

Dave

3 Comments
  • Arlene C. Harper, Laboratory
    Posted at 08:29h, 02 June Reply

    I think we should also focus on keeping our lower parking lot cleaner and safer for our visitors, there’s just too many pigeon dander and we are tracking them in and out of our cars and inside the hospital also.

  • Renee Harkins
    Posted at 12:03h, 03 June Reply

    I agree also with the pigeon debris, here at TSC that has been an ongoing problem . There was a great clean up prior to sports physicals this week that was good to see but can we continue to include it in a weekly routine? The pavement striping needs a redo in all areas here too.

  • David L. Schreiner
    Posted at 20:58h, 05 June Reply

    Thank you Arlene. I will speak with our facilities team. Even though they have worked hard at keeping the garage clean, we haven’t found the answer quite yet.

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