KEMH Road Closure Map
Traffic disruption at hospital on Monday
Bermuda Hospitals Board advises the public of a temporary road closure scheduled for Monday 10 February 2020 on the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital campus.
The closure will affect both vehicular and pedestrian through traffic from approximately 6pm until 10:30pm.
To facilitate the replacement of beds in the KEMH General Wing, a container will travel to the KEMH site, interrupting the flow of traffic along Point Finger Road from approximately 5:30pm to 6pm on Monday.
The container will be positioned on the KEMH through road between the ambulance bays and the General Wing lobby from 6pm, necessitating the closure of that section of the KEMH road until approximately 10:30pm.
During this period, emergency vehicles and people attending the Emergency Department should use the Point Finger Road entrance.
Ambulances will enter and exit on Point Finger Road.
KEMH and the visitor parking lots will still be accessible from both Point Finger Road (Acute Care Wing) and Berry Hill Road (General Wing and Agape House). Traffic will not be able to travel between the General Wing lobby roundabout and Point Finger Road.
For your safety and the safety of others, please use caution and adhere to the barriers, signage and directions of the security officers.
Bermuda Hospitals Board apologises to the public for any inconvenience caused by the disruption.
For a map of the closure see related media.
*Press release issued by the Bermuda Hospitals Board.
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