Parkview Noble Hospital, Kendallville, Ind., began transferring patients from its more than 80-year-old facility to a recently completed $28 million replacement hospital about one mile away. The new Parkview Noble has all private rooms and 30 beds, including 10 day beds for observation, infusion therapy and outpatient services, Chief Operating Officer David Hunter said. The hospital is part of Parkview Health System, Fort Wayne, Ind. The old facility will be demolished and the site returned to "parklike conditions" as mandated by the city, Hunter said. Parkview purchased the former county-owned McCray Memorial Hospital in 1999. -- by Mark Taylor
Ind. hospital begins move to replacement facility
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