Asante Rogue Regional Patient Pavilion - Construction Live Stream - Asante

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Its work here is done

After 20 months helping build Asante Rogue Regional's 323,600-square-foot patient pavilion, the work of the iconic red tower crane that could be seen for miles is done. What does it take to dismantle a 205-foot crane? An even bigger one.

Out with the old, in with the new

Asante Imaging has moved to spacious new offices and examination rooms on the south side of Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center, 2825 E. Barnett Road, Medford. Look for the green awning between hospital entrances C and B. After more than two decades, the old location at 692 Murphy Road was torn down on July 5, 2022, to make room for a new central utility plant that will serve the hospital for decades to come.

Out of chaos will come ... Imaging

Ever wonder what goes on behind those big white containment walls at ARRMC? Here's a glimpse at the renovations underway at Asante Imaging's soon-to-be new home where Radiation Oncology used to be.

Emergency Department adds treatment rooms

Ten new treatment rooms have been added to help alleviate overcrowding in our ED and as part of renovations before the pavilion opens. Take a quick tour.

Restricted area sign

Don't go there

Those beautiful glass windows on the north-facing walls of the existing Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center bed tower have been removed as part of the pavilion construction. For your safety, please do not enter those former waiting rooms on the third, fourth, fifth and sixth floors of the tower. Only construction workers are allowed.

wide-angle-lens view of pavilion with steel beams erected

Walls of steel

It's beginning to look like a real building! Erection of steel beams began in April 2021.

Set in concrete

The last week of February marked a milestone: the first big concrete pour of the pavilion's foundation. Join Jim Mahar of Andersen Construction on a tour of the site.

ARRMC's pavilion site crane lights up the night sky.

Blowin' in the wind

Howling winds that sometimes hammer the Rogue Valley raise an obvious question for employees and neighbors of Asante Rogue Regional: How does that 205-foot crane on site handle such brute force? Weather-vane mode.

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