Bellevue Woman's Center
The region’s only inpatient facility dedicated to the care of women and infants - a trusted name in women's health for three-quarters of a century.
Bellevue Maintenance Project: Cafeteria Will Temporarily Close
Starting on Monday, Sept. 18, we will begin a reconstruction project in our Bellevue Woman’s Center kitchen area, anticipating completion and reopening on Tuesday, Sept. 26.
As a result, the cafeteria will be temporarily closed to be repurposed for food prep to ensure we continue to serve meals to new moms on our Labor & Delivery units.
Unfortunately, dining services will not be available to colleagues and visitors during this 8-day period.
We understand this temporary closure may cause inconvenience for colleagues and visitors. We encourage everyone to plan accordingly by bringing their own food or utilizing takeout options during this period. Please know that this project, however disruptive, is vital to our long-term maintenance plan.
In addition, essential services will remain during this 8-day project: Moms on our Labor & Delivery units will continue to receive their meals in their rooms without any interruption.
Bellevue Woman’s Center, a service of Ellis Medicine, is the region’s only inpatient facility dedicated to the care of women and infants - a trusted name in women's health for three-quarters of a century. Bellevue’s OB/GYN services include breast care, surgery, gynecologic care and maternity, and feature the region's first OB/GYN Hospitalist program to deliver enhanced care for pregnant women.
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For more information contact the Ellis Call Center at 518.243.3333.
COVID-19 Visitor Restrictions - Currently in Effect (reflects Aug. 25, 2022, policy update)
For the health and safety of our patients, and to minimize our patients’ infection risks during the COVID-19 pandemic, Ellis Medicine is following the CDC and Department of Health guidance on the following visitor resctrictions:
We apologize for any difficulty or inconvenience this may cause but thank you for your cooperation and participation in abiding by the hospital's visitation policy, as we seek to limit the spread of the virus.
Thank you for helping us keep our patients safe.