Highland 100 Construction Project
CHRISTUS Shreveport-Bossier Health System has embarked on a $43 million expansion at CHRISTUS Highland Medical Center that is expected to take 24 months.
The construction project, called Highland 100 is an aggressive plan that is in response to the community’s evolving healthcare needs. It includes several improvements and renovations to the campus.
Major projects include:
- Rebuilding, relocating and doubling the size of the Emergency Room
- Adding additional inpatient rooms
- Expanding the cardiac cath lab
- Renovating waiting areas and patient rooms
- Relocating outpatient physical therapy to a standalone facility
Please check back here for the latest information on parking, maps, and construction updates.
Construction Update (8/8/2019): Outpatient Entrance/Admitting/Pre-Testing Changes
Our Admitting and Pre-Testing Departments have temporarily relocated into the modular building on the Highland campus. This modular building is located outside of the Outpatient Clinic entrance that faces Bert Kouns Industrial Loop, sometimes referred to as the “front,” “clinic,” or “flag pole” entrance.
Our Outpatient Lab collection station will also move into this modular building.
Construction Update (8/1/2019) Main Hospital Lobby Entrance Closed
The Main Hospital Lobby entrance (located under the four-lane drive under) is temporarily closed. Patients and visitors will be redirected to an outside hallway with a double glass door entrance to the hospital. We have installed several directional banners that point you to the hospital main entrance.
The temporary close of this entrance will allow for construction within the lobby of the new admitting, gift shop and security offices, slated for completion at the end the year.
Construction Update (6/24/2019): Human Resources Move
Human Resources has relocated from 1801 Fairfield Ave. to a new, permanent location at 702 N. Ashley Ridge Loop, Building 200 in the Ashley Ridge Business Park off of Hwy 3132 and Line Avenue.