BRADLEY — Riverside Healthcare’s building in Bradley has been without water this week.
A few days ago, a water main issue occurred below the building’s south parking lot as a result of the inclement weather, Riverside spokesman Carl Maronich said Thursday.
A crew is working to fix the problem.
“The best estimate we’re told is that it will be fixed by Saturday,” Maronich said.
Riverside provides workforce health and physical therapy services in the building, 400 Kennedy Drive. Much of the structure is occupied by OAK Orthopedics.
The building has remained open for business.
“Riverside reached out to patients at workforce health and physical therapy and rescheduled when we could and redirected them to other sites for service,” Maronich said. “We have personnel on-site if there is anything we can do for them if it’s appropriate in that setting.”
Maronich said Riverside will update patients on its website regarding any closings.
OAK Orthopedics’ CEO didn’t return a call for comment.