MORRISTOWN, NJ – Starting the week of Nov 9, Morristown Medical Center’s Sameth Emergency Department parking lot and adjoining driveway on Franklin Street will be closed through the end of December.

The closure is due to the installation of a new HVAC system on the roof of its Kahn building, said hospital officials. The area will provide a staging area for equipment as well as an area for the large crane that will be used for the installation/renovation of the hospital’s 30-acre campus.

The crane installation and operation will not affect ambulance access. Parking for the Emergency Department will move to the Farris parking lot that will function as patient parking only.

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Construction is anticipated to last through the end of December, weather permitting.

 

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