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Patients and staff trying to enter Landstuhl Regional Medical Center on Thursday should expect delays from a traffic survey, conducted by the Army Corps of Engineers to determine infrastructure needs for a possible new medical facility adjacent to Ramstein Air Base, according to base officials.

The survey will be given to motorists arriving at Landstuhl’s Gate 3 from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m., base officials said in a news release. It will ask motorists to answer a few questions about their trip to the hospital. Interviewees will remain anonymous, and the information will be used to determine infrastructure for the proposed new medical facility.

Officials ask that patients who have appointments Thursday arrive early to allow for the possible delays.

From staff reports

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