Emergency Department

Our full-service Emergency Department is staffed by board-certified ER physicians and nurses who are trained and experienced in emergency care. They’re standing by 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to meet your emergency needs.

Family Birthing Center

Our all-new Family Birthing Center provides a warm and soothing environment for mom to welcome baby. Ten birthing suites enable new mothers to experience labor, delivery, recovery and postpartum care in one private room throughout their stay. Additionally, a labor tub, located in a separate room, offers a serene atmosphere for enhanced comfort during labor. For more information, call (260) 373-6830.

Critical Care eICU

The eICU® program, a hallmark of critical care at all Parkview hospitals, brings a higher level of care to critically ill patients, making it possible for them to be cared for close to home and loved ones. Each private eICU room is equipped with special monitoring systems and cameras that transmit patient data to the local nursing station and to a critical care specialist. You can read more about the eICU program, and how it helps improve patient care and outcomes at all Parkview hospitals.

Parkview Center for Wound Healing

If you have a chronic health condition such as diabetes, cancer or heart trouble, you may develop wounds that resist healing. That’s when an expert resource on wound care can make a big difference in your life. The Parkview Center for Wound Healing, located on the second floor, is here for you. For more information about the new Parkview Center for Wound Healing, call (260) 373-6070.


Seniors Wellness Center

The Senior Wellness Center, located on the lower level of the hospital, offers a welcoming atmosphere for adults, ages 50 and better, who want to stay active and healthy. The center offers an indoor walking track with a shock-absorbent surface and handrails, as well as a growing roster of exercise classes. Use of the center is one of many benefits enjoyed by Parkview Seniors Club members. The Parkview Seniors Club is also headquartered at the hospital.

Parkview BridgeWays

Parkview BridgeWays is the new home of Parkview Behavioral Health’s inpatient treatment center especially suited to the needs of older adults. Located on the third floor of the hospital, the facility provides 20 private rooms with specialized services, including 24-hour intensive inpatient treatment, equipment for patients with unique needs and secure accommodations for patients suffering from dementia. If you think your loved one can benefit from services at BridgeWays, call the Parkview Behavioral Health Help Line at (260) 373-7500 or (800) 284-8439.


Continuing Care Center

If you need some additional care to be able to return home, our Continuing Care Center could be the place for you. The center offers skilled nursing care, rehabilitation and access to hospital services as needed, from physical, occupational and speech therapies to lab, pharmacy, respiratory and IV therapies. Emergency medical support is on campus if needed. We encourage you to join your family, friends and fellow patients for meals in the center’s dining areas, as well as other activities. Call (260) 373-6509 for more information.

Outpatient Infusion Center

The new Outpatient Infusion Center, located on the third floor of the hospital, serves patients who need injections and IV therapies on an outpatient basis. Whether services are needed one time or regularly, patients can access them in a quiet, comfortable area. A written order from your physician is required. For more information about the Outpatient Infusion Center, call (260) 373-4585.

Parkview Center on Aging and Health

Located on the second floor of the hospital, the Parkview Center on Aging and Health provides specialized care for you or senior family members who have fallen or worry about falling. A pre-visit phone interview will determine which expert healthcare specialists you will meet with, which may include a physical therapist, pharmacist, neuropsychologist, social worker or advanced practice nurse – all in the same visit. Our physicians will help you maintain your independence by identifying your risk of falling, treating the cause and providing education to family members who help you at home. A Movement Disorders Clinic also operates within the Center on Aging and Health. If you or someone you care about has a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease, restless leg syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis or another condition affecting everyday movement, the care team will treat and support you when referred by your primary care physician. The care team follows the same multidisciplinary approach in which physicians specializing in movement disorders and other healthcare professionals access an individual's needs and plan a coordinated course of treatment. To consult with the team at the Parkview Center on Aging and Health, contact your physician and ask for a referral today.

Sleep Clinic

Restful, restorative sleep is essential for your health and wellness. Without it, you may increase your risk of heart disease or other illnesses. If you are often sleepy during the day and wakeful at night, suffer from chronic snoring, tingling sensations in your legs or arms, talk with your doctor. All are common signs of a sleep disorder, a very treatable condition. To reach the Sleep Clinic, call (260) 373-9296.

Vibra Hospital

Vibra Hospital of Fort Wayne is a long-term acute-care hospital that has served area residents since 2010. It offers a wide range of specialized services for patients who have a long-term need for coordinated, acute-hospital care due to medically complex conditions. Vibra opened a new 17,200-square-foot, 24-bed hospital on the fifth floor of Parkview Hospital Randallia in January 2013. For more information about Vibra Hospital, call (260) 399-2900.

Breast Diagnostic Center

The Breast Diagnostic Center is located in an office at 2110 Carew Street. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, call (260) 483-1847.


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