Indianapolis Construction Update

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

St. Francis COO answers questions about construction

Whether watching from a downtown Indy skyscraper or seeing the crane as you drive along I-65, you’ve likely seen the construction at the St. Francis Hospital—Indianapolis campus. And, you may want to know more about what this means for your health care, particularly at this uncertain time in the economy.

That’s why we’re opening up this blog to your questions. St. Francis’ Chief Operating Officer Keith Jewell will be on hand from noon to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 3, to answer your questions about the construction project and what it means for medical services on the Indianapolis south side. Please take advantage of this opportunity to join in the conversation.

This chat session is very much a real conversation. For this reason we ask that you observe the same etiquette when participating in the chat session as you would in day-to-day conversation.

Those who would like to post comments should observe some simple conversational guidelines below. St. Francis reserves the right to delete comments we think may be offensive to the audience at large.

If you are unable to participate in the chat session, you can e-mail your questions to the St. Francis Community Relations team by 10 a.m. on Feb 3, and we will address many of your questions during our session.

Thank you, and we look forward to hearing from you!

Guidelines for posting comments

  • Please keep comments and questions civil. We will not accept insulting groups or individuals.
  • We cannot comment on official business on the part of the cities of Indianapolis, Beech Grove or Greenwood, nor on the Beech Grove Redevelopment Commission.
  • If you have comments or concerns regarding your patient experience at St. Francis, please complete this form to reach our Service Excellence department.

1 comment:

Kathy Bentley said...

I am not a resident of Indy but have three friends who have used the services of St. Francis...they have nothing but high praise for the care and quality of service the received - from the administration, physicians, through the maintenance, dietary etc. I am sure that Indianapolis residens are very much interested in keeping the hospitals strong and available to all residents.