Construction - August 2022
Pending the approval by the state, WakeMed will build a 150-bed mental health facility.
The hospital is projected to open in 2025.
The construction project will provide a new surgical platform, surgical ICU and new laboratory space.
The expansion is expected to be completed in spring 2023.
The Mental Health Emergency Center will replace the current behavior health center that will close in early September.
These grants will help 143 rural healthcare organizations expand critical services for 3 million people in 37 states, Guam and Puerto Rico.
The micro-hospital is expected to open in spring of 2024
The Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a funding proposal for a patient care expansion and remodel project.
The projects will bring an additional 185,000 square feet to the campus.
The project is expected to take four and a half years to complete.
The four-story building was designed with extensive input from female patients.
Construction will begin this fall on the 45,000-square-foot senior care facility.
This will be PAM Health’s first hospital in Pennsylvania.
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The facility will include 120 inpatient beds and provide outpatient services.
Volatile forces impact renovation and new construction projects, so effective strategies focus on mitigating economic pressures.