New hospital coming to Community East campus
Commemorative bricks now on pre-sale!
Reserve a piece of history from the original Community Hospital - a brick plated with a commemorative plaque. All proceeds will be donated to the Community Hospital East reinvestment project.
How to order: Visit Community East Jasmine Gift Shop to fill out an order form or drop off this order form at the gift shop. You will be notified when your brick is ready for pick-up at the gift shop. Minimum donation of $25 per brick; see order form for plaque design.
On July 11, demolition began on building 1 on the Community East campus. Prior to the demo, the building was encased in plywood to keep debris at a minimum.
Time capsule opening
On April 27, some of Community East's historic moments from 1955 and 1991 were revealed when time capsules from each year were opened. See what they held inside >>
Demolition has begun!
External demolition of Building 5 was completed on April 12, paving the way for our new $175 million campus facilities. Watch a timelapse video >>
The construction of an entirely new hospital will take Community East into the future for many years to come. The $175 million investment project includes demolishing four buildings on the campus, building the new hospital tower housing inpatient and procedural rooms, and moving its Family Medicine Center from 10th and Mithoeffer to the campus at 1500 N. Ritter. In 2016, a new emergency department will be built at the back of the hospital. The redevelopment project is expected to be completed in 2019 – with virtually no disruption to patient care. Learn more >>
Check out the latest animated video of the construction design!
Community East begins offering state-of-the-art melanoma cancer treatment
Community East will begin treating certain melanoma cancer patients with the first-ever oncolytic immunotherapy approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This immunotherapy, which was approved by the FDA at the end of 2015, involves a gene-modified version of the herpes virus injected into a tumor. Although not a cure, the innovative treatment can increase patient survival rates. Read more >>
Free grief and loss support
In-Touch Bereavement Services will offer a six-week grief support group for loss of adult child on Wednesdays (6 to 8 p.m.), from July 13 through August 17 at Community Health Pavilion Washington. To register, call 800-777-7775. Learn more >>