The Wilson Project
Our new regional medical center in Johnson City will promote improved access to specialty and ambulatory care services and be a community partner in helping to improve the health status of Greater Binghamton residents.
New Emergency Department Entrance
The entrance to UHS Wilson Medical Center’s Emergency Department has changed.
Please be aware of the following changes:
- The new entrance to the Emergency Department is on Harrison Street, for both ambulance and patient access.
- The ED entrance that was formerly on Baldwin Street is now closed.
- Patient and visitor parking for the new ED is accessible from Harrison Street.
- Please reference the map below for the most up-to-date parking and access information.
*This change is for the Emergency Department entrance ONLY. The main entrance to UHS Wilson Medical Center remains on Baldwin Street.
The sidewalks at the northeast end of Harrison Street and the northwest end of Baldwin Street will be closed until Spring 2024. During this closure, pedestrian traffic should utilize sidewalks on the opposite side of the road.
Offices & Entrances Impacted by Construction
Emergency Department Entrance Relocated
To access the Emergency Department, please be aware that the new entrance is on Harrison Street, for both ambulance and patient access. Patient and visitor parking for the new ED is accessible from Harrison Street.
See below for directions. To view or print a PDF version, click here.
Hospital Main Entrance Relocated
To access the hospital for all non-emergent care needs, please be aware that the new main entrance to the hospital is on Baldwin Street. Patient and visitor access to free parking for the main entrance is located in the Gateway Parking Lot, located at 55 Baldwin Street.
Parking Lot Access Changes for Harrison Street Offices
Parking lot access for the following offices is permitted from Harrison Street ONLY:
- UHS Wilson Square at 30 Harrison Street
- UHS Radiation Oncology
- UHS Medical Oncology
- Accu/Site PET/CT Imaging Center
- UHS Otolaryngology
- UHS General and Vascular Surgery
- UHS OB/GYN
- UHS Neuro-Interventional Surgery
- Southern Tier Surgical Clinic
- Southern Tier Imaging at 32 - 36 Harrison Street
Parking lot access for the following offices is permitted from Hudson Street ONLY:
- UHS Heart and Vascular Institute at 30 Harrison Street
- UHS Neurosurgery at 46 Harrison Street
- UHS Wilson Place at 52 Harrison Street
- UHS Outpatient Pharmacy
- UHS Pre-Admission Testing
- UHS Ambulatory Surgery
- UHS Spine Care & Pain Relief
- Southern Tier Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
About the Project
The Wilson Project will develop a new, six-story, state-of-the-art clinical tower on the campus of UHS Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City. Facing Main Street, the six-story, 183,000-square-foot tower will be the “front door” to UHS’ services going forward, and will feature a new trauma center and emergency department, a MRI suite, four inpatient units with private patient rooms, a surgical support area and a new roof-top helipad.
This is the first expansion of the UHS Wilson Medical Center campus in more than 30 years. The project will make UHS Wilson a true complement to Binghamton University’s Health Sciences Campus, with the two facilities standing adjacent to each other in the heart of the Johnson City Health & Cultural District.
To see the Project Fact Sheet, click here.
Campus Parking Map
As UHS grows and expands to meet the changing needs of the Southern Tier, many career opportunities are available for qualified healthcare professionals.
This is true across our multi-facility System today, and will be true as we create and open the new patient tower at the UHS Wilson Medical Center within the next five years.
To view current job openings at UHS, click here.
UHS is on a Journey to Lead, Invest and Innovate. Join us on our Journey as we transform patient care at UHS and build our future in healthcare. To support the Wilson Project through the UHS Foundation's Journey Campaign, click here for more information.
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