DENNISON -- Trinity Hospital Twin City will be undergoing an interior renovation project beginning this week and continuing through April. This project will span the first to the third floors and will primarily affect the hospital's physician office areas. The first floor specialty clinic and the Dennison Trinity Medical Group offices on the second floor are included and will remain open during the project. Hospital officials do not anticipate that any services will be disrupted, and staff will be available to assist patients and visitors.

The construction will include the installation of a new sprinkler system and fire alarm system, as well as re-positioning certain walls to accommodate additional renovation plans. At the same time, renovation plans will enhance both the specialty clinic and Trinity Medical Group offices. Renovations are designed to enhance the patient experience, including creation of more inviting waiting spaces, convenient check in and checkout area for patients and new furniture, interior dcor and signage.

In an effort to reduce patient inconvenience, all patients and visitors are being asked to use the hospital's main entrance. This ensures that hospital volunteers and employees will be available to help patients reach their destinations easily and without worry. The secondary side entrance near the back of the hospital, closest to the specialty clinic, will be closed to the public throughout construction.

This project is being made possible thanks to support from parent company Sylvania Franciscan Health, the health and human services ministry of the Sisters of St. Francis of Sylvania.

"We are very fortunate to have the support of a larger system to make these kinds of improvements to our hospital. I believe this is a true testament to Sylvania Franciscan Health's stewardship and investment in our hospital and community," shared Joe Mitchell, president, Trinity Hospital Twin City.