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Two microhospitals open in Nevada

October 6, 2017

Two microhospitals, referred to as neighborhood hospitals by owners Dignity Health and Emerus, have recently opened in Las Vegas, Nevada, according to an article the Medical Construction & Design website.

The North Las Vegas Campus Neighborhood Hospital was the first to be built in the state. 

The three-story building is approximately 58,600 square feet and houses a licensed hospital on the first floor. 

The Blue Diamond Campus Neighborhood Hospital is 27,000 square feet and mirrors a similar layout housing a licensed hospital on the first floor. 

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