Parkway Hospital in Forest Hills shut its doors last November after the state ordered it closed in an effort to reduce Medicaid costs.
But this Blue Department of Transportation sign on the service road off the Grand Central Parkway directs drivers to the former hospital by saying it's straight ahead.
While the building does house some outpatient services like a hyperbaric chamber, Parkway does not own a license to operate as a hospital and there is no emergency medical care provided.
When NY1 arrived at Parkway Hospital, our crew found the emergency room doors locked up.
A spokesman for the DOT says a crew has inspected the location and the sign in question will be removed Thursday.