If you haven’t been to Twin Cities lately, don’t wait to discover the changes until the next time you need to take someone to the emergency room . Both the entrance and the parking lot for the emergency room have changed. This can be confusing if you have to come in the middle of the night or very early in the morning. To help you get reoriented, I have written a short article to show you the changes: All About Twin Cities Hospital.
One really nice change if your emergency isn’t life-threatening is the new web site that tells you how long the wait is. If someone just needs to see a doctor after hours with a bad virus or infection you can decide if you’d rather wait at home if the wait is long. There is also an app available for iPhone or Android you can download to give you this same information. Once you get there, you will love the new look and the new space in the emergency room. I’ve been there twice since the beginning of August, 2010, and you wouldn’t even recognize it. Read my article now so you will know right where to go and where to park next time you need to leave in a hurry. The phone number is also in the article. I couldn’t believe I couldn’t find a listing for Twin Cities in my Real Yellow Pages. I had to look in the North County Access Directory.
My article also contains links to sites which rate hospitals and these sites will answer just about any question you have, from visiting hours to cafeteria information. Here’s hoping you never need to know all this, but it never hurts to have information you may not need. It beats needing it and not having it.