|Adustelan Metro Station|
|Curved A/C Platform after renovation, January 2014|
|Lines||A (east), C (west), E|
|Location||Goldwater Apartment Complex / Elijah S. Crestman Memorial Hospital|
|Added to ARHP||Never|
|Next Station North||Fischbach Avenue Promenade (Line A)|
|Next Station South||St. Lucia Avenue (Line E)|
|Next Station East||Trade Center-Winslow (Lines A/C)|
|Stations of the Adustelan Metro|
This article is about the station that serves the current Crestman Hospital. For the station destroyed in 2015, see Crestman Hospital (Adustelan Metro Station).
Goldwater-Crestman Hospital (formerly known simply as Goldwater until the opening of the new Elijah S. Crestman Memorial Hospital in 2015) is a major transfer station on the Adustelan Metro. It is serviced at all times by Lines A (east only), C (west only), and E. It is the first station in the system to have a curved platform, and the only one until the construction of Crosscourts station's H platform in 2015.
Goldwater-Crestman Hospital station was closed as part of the 2014 Adustelan Metro Renovation Project and was completely renovated. It reopened on January 18, 2014.
In December 2014, the station was incorporated into the Megan Winslow Memorial Transit Hub, connecting it directly to the adjacent Trade Center-Soundsurf station, as well as the city's local bus services.