Construction - February 2022
Children’s Health announced a $7.5 million donation from Bright Industries to help provide ongoing care for children
The Raritan Bay Medical Center Behavioral Health unit will become a specialized inpatient center, serving both Geriatric Psychiatric care and Dual Diagnosis services.
One floor includes 40 medical/surgical patient beds, while the other is shelled space that will include hospitalists’ offices.
St. David’s HealthCare in Central Texas has invested $953 million in the region’s healthcare infrastructure.
The new medical center includes a 136-bed, full-service hospital, ambulatory pavilion for physician offices, clinics and community space, a 500-car garage, and a helipad for emergency transports.
The 468,000-square-foot inpatient building will hold up to 346 beds and a new emergency department.
The donation will help the University of Iowa Health Care expand service by increasing patient capacity while modernizing its care facilities.
The VITAS IPU includes 16 private patient rooms with special amenities for families and visitors.
The small-scale hospital is designed to treat medical emergencies that require attention beyond a health center’s or urgent care clinic’s capability.
Construction will begin in 2023 on the new facility, which will open to patients in 2026.
Funding will help build or improve hospitals and clinics and help other essential community facilities.
The new campus includes a medical office building and hospital with an emergency department, intensive care unit and operating rooms.
Names have been updated to reflect being a part of Novant Health.
The 49-bed hospital features 51 long-term care beds and 20 psych beds.
Marshfield Medical Center-River Region to offer 29 specialty services, adult and pediatric primary care, physical and occupational therapy and urgent care.
To prepare for the relocation, Gulf Coast Medical Center underwent extensive $315 million expansion.
Hospital to break ground later this year on five-story, 200,000-square-foot project.
Cleveland Clinic announced plans for new construction, expansion and renovation projects.
The new facilities will complement HCA Healthcare’s existing presence in communities across Texas.
The hospital will offer inpatient rehabilitation care for patients with debilitating illnesses and injuries.