Parkview Regional Medical Center

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Conveniently located along I-69 on Fort Wayne's north side, the Parkview Regional Medical Center (PRMC) is Parkview Health's investment in improving regional access to quality healthcare for generations to come. More than a hospital, PRMC is an entire campus for health and well-being. The nine-story main building includes a hospital with all-private rooms. Several specialty centers are also on campus including the Parkview Heart Institute, Parkview Women's & Children's Hospital, Parkview Comprehensive Cancer Center, Parkview Ortho Hospital, the Stanley Wissman Stroke Center and Parkview Outpatient Center. Parkview Regional Medical Center is a level II trauma center with a flight ambulance program featuring two "Samaritan" helicopters.

The family park located on the PRMC campus 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.[1]

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