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February 17, 1986 - Image 10

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The Michigan Daily - Monday, February 17, 1986 - Page 10





to a New Era in Health Care





The doors are now open to
the new world-class hospital and
center for outpatient services we
built to your specifications.
" An attached, covered Patient
and Visitor Parking Deck
" Eas -to-follow traffic patterns
and signs inside and out
" Private or semi-private patient.
rooms only
" More comfortable waiting
" Our Door Captain service and
valet parking
These are some of the ideas
from the more than 3,000 patients
and visitors who helped us plan
the new University Hospital and
A. Alfred Taubman Health Care
You'll be learning more in the
weeks ahead about the many other
innovative patient care and conven-
ience features which make these
such advanced and accommo-
dating facilities. In the meantime,
we'd like you to have the following
Location and Parking
As a point of reference, the
new University Hospital, Taubman
Center, and new Patient/Visitor
Parking Deck are on East Medical
Center Drive immediately south of
Fuller Road and overlooking Fuller
Park and the Huron River Valley.
East Medical Center Drive can
be approached from Fuller/Glen,
Maiden Lane, or Observatory
Gate term

Do not enter the former Univer-
sity Hospital ("Old Main") or Out-
patient Building.
Also, do not enter the former
Patient/Visitor Parking Deck across
from Mott and Women's Hospital.
The new Patient/Visitor Parking
Deck is directly attached to Univer-
sity Hospital and the Taubman
Valet parking service will begin
March 1.
New Address
The new address for University
Hospital and the A. Alfred Taub-
man Center is:
1500 E. Medical Center Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
This address also should be
used for:
. C.S. Mott Children's Hospital
" Child and Adolescent
Psychiatric Hospital
. Holden Perinatal Hospital
. Women's Hospital
" Adult Psychiatric Hospital
Phone Numbers
university Hospital
Information: (313) 936-4000
Taubman Center
(Outpatient Services)
Information: (313) 936-4990
For a complete listing of specific
services, check your Michigan Bell/
Ameritech Yellow Page directory. In
the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti Area Yellow
Pages, see page 325.
If your phone book does not
have a listing under "Hospitals" or
"Clinics," see the offer at the end
of this ad to obtain a free Map &
Guide which includes a phone

The main entrance and drop
off point for University Hospital
and the Taubman Center is on East
Medical Center Drive. Simply
follow the signs.
Bus Routes and Taxi Stand
AATA routes 2 and 14 go to the
main entrance of the University
Hospital and Taubman Center.
Route 4 goes to other stops on
the medical campus.
A taxi stand is located at the
main entrance.
Emergency Services
Follow red "EMERGENCY"
signs to the Emergency entrance
and parking on East Medical
Center Drive. Open 24-hours a day,
Emergency Services Phone
(313) 936-6666
Poison Information Center
(No change in number):
(313) 764-7667

Pediatric and Adult
Walk-In Services
Follow red "Emergency" signs
and use the same entrance as-for
Emergency Department.
Pediatric Walk-In
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight
Adult Walk-In
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Free Map & Guide
Would you like a free copy
of our new Patient/Visitor Map &
Guide? This handy reference guide
shows you all the facilities of the
Medical Center, how to get there,
where to park and enter, a tele-
phone listing of our patient care
and information services, and
much more.
For your free copy, simply
phone (313) 764-2220, 8 a.m.-
5 p.m., Monday through Friday,
or write us at:
University of Michigan
Medical Center
Public and Market
Relations A
300 North Ingalls,
NI5E06: .
Ann Arbor, MI

The new


dedicated to you

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