|Location||10944 Parkview Plaza Dr,, Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States (Regional Medical Center)|
|Emergency department||Level II trauma center certification|
|Founded||October 19, 1878|
|Website||http://www.parkview.com Parkview Health System|
Parkview Health System, founded in 1878 with Fort Wayne City Hospital, now the flagship hospital of Parkview Health System in northeastern Indiana. It has also been called Hope Hospital and Methodist Hospital. The not-for-profit Parkview Health System now operates seven hospitals throughout northeastern Indiana, 1 hospital in northwestern Ohio, and several walk-in clinics throughout Indiana and northwestern Ohio.
Parkview Main is a level II trauma center with a flight ambulance program featuring two "Samaritan" helicopters.
The hospital holds 575 inpatient beds including a Surgical/Trauma ICU, a Medical ICU, a Pediatric/Teen ICU, the Family Birthing Center, the Parkview Heart Institute, two telemetry floors, a pediatric floor, a general medical floor, a general surgical floor, the Stanley Wissman stroke center, an Orthopedic/Neurosurgery unit, an oncology unit, and a sleep lab.
The hospital also houses a 28-bed Continuing Care Center, ostomy/wound care, and outpatient services.
Parkview Regional Medical Center
Parkview Regional Medical Center, which opened in 2012, features more than 440 private rooms, a level II trauma center, a certified Stroke center, and a park. The park features a handicap-accessible playground with cushioned surface, picnic shelters and gazebos, restrooms, a fountain, three paved walking trails, an adult fitness equipment area (for visitors 16 and older), an amphitheater with stage, and lighted parking with a paved walkway into the park.
Recently, Parkview officials announced a facelift of $3.2million to Parkview Randilla Hospital. It includes a new entryway, new signage, a large courtyard, and a park (Similar to the one at Parkview Main). An interior facelift was conducted right after the Parkview Regional Madical Center was complete in May 2012, which included turning 150 patient rooms into private, more comfortable rooms. Other highlights include acute and continuing care centers, a surgery area, a wound clinic, and a full-service emergency department. The facility also offers a family birthing center, imaging and lab services, endoscopy, and a sleep lab.
Parkview has the region’s only CyberKnife®, a precise and virtually painless outpatient treatment that effectively targets tumors and dramatically reduces procedure time for some patients. CyberKnife delivers focused beams of radiation to the tumor from numerous angles with a high degree of accuracy, thus preserving the healthy tissue surround the tumor. Typically, only five or fewer CyberKnife treatments are needed compared to as many as 40 conventional radiation treatments. With virtually no recovery period and virtually no side effects, CyberKnife is a powerful tool against cancer. Since 2006, more than 900 patients have been treated with Parkview’s CyberKnife System.
- In 2006, Parkview had 22,138 inpatient discharges, nearly 15,000 surgeries, 1,594 births, and 1,109 helicopter flights.
- Parkview Health System has over 8,500 employees serving Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio
- Parkview Regional Medical Center, Fort Wayne, Indiana
- Parkview Ortho Hospital
- Parkview Heart Institute
- Parkview Women & Children's Hospital
- Mirro Family Research Center (Opening 2014)
- Parkview Hospital Randallia, Fort Wayne, Indiana
- Parkview Behavioral Health, Fort Wayne, Indiana
- Parkview Noble Hospital, Kendallville, Indiana
- Parkview Huntington Hospital, Huntington, Indiana
- Parkview Whitley Hospital, Columbia City, Indiana