Maintenance and Operations - May 2023

More Hospitals to Leave the Mississippi Hospital Association

The reason for the hospitals leaving is still unclear.


PAM Health and Kettering Health Enter Joint Venture for Rehabilitation Hospital

The new 62-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital will be in Dayton, Ohio.


SCHA Receives Grant from The Duke Endowment to Address Workforce Problems

The three-year grant was given to SCHA to help them tackle their ongoing workforce issues.


Over 600 Rural Hospitals at Risk of Closure

The hospitals face losses on patient services as health insurance plans will not pay the cost of delivery.


Brookdale Hospital Agrees to Civil Settlement Over Employees' Alleged Defrauding

Former employees of Brookdale Hospital allegedly defrauded the WIC program.


Kansas Governor Announces $65.4 Million in Awards for Medical and Mental Healthcare

These awards are supposed to close service gaps in the continuum of care that Kansas is facing.


What's Causing Rising Rental Rates for Medical Office Buildings?

Interest rates, construction costs, and real estate location are the main drivers.


Monetcito Medical Completes Acquisition of Medical Office in Cincinnati

The 15,000 square foot building will mainly be used for primary care and OB/GYN services.


Recent Shooting at Atlanta Hospital Leaves One Killed, Four Injured

Emergency preparedness is paramount for responding to active shooters.


INTEGRIS Health to Operate Hospital Located in Woodward, Oklahoma

The new operation will start on December 1, 2023.


Healthcare Facilities Managers Honored During World FM Day and National Hospital Week

Healthcare Facilities Today wishes healthcare facilities manager a happy World Facilities Management Day and National Hospital Week.


Demand for Gender Neutral Restrooms on the Rise

Public restrooms have never been more private.


4 Ways to Maximize Healthcare Resources

Healthcare leaders must keep these four crucial components of facilities management top of mind when budgeting.


What Can Cause Fire Sprinklers and Alarms to Not Function?

Manufacturers join to discuss what can cause fire sprinklers and alarms to malfunction.


AHA Releases Report Detailing Financial Pressures Affecting Hospitals and Health Systems

2022 was the most challenging year since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.


How Healthcare Facilities Monitor Water Usage

With the pressure to become more sustainable, healthcare facilities are trying to monitor their water use.


Eaton Enters Contract to Design and Construct Electrical System for Ann Arbor Hospital

The contract is for the new D. Dan and Betty Kahn Health Care Pavilion at University of Michigan Health.



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