Las Vegas Hospital Launches $82 Million Expansion

June 1, 2021

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New construction projects continue to come online as the nation’s healthcare systems seek to recover and return to operation as the COVID-19 pandemic subsides.

MountainView Hospital in Las Vegas has launched construction at the hospital for its $82 million multi-phase expansion. The first phase will be an emergency department expansion.

The expansion will include a five-story patient tower and include additional emergency department space. A total of 64 patient beds will be added to the hospital’s current 425 beds. As part of the expansion, 20 beds and bays will be added, bringing the total number of private emergency department treatment areas to 60. The expansion will add 65,600 square feet to the hospital.

Additionally, a five-story, 525-space parking garage is planned at the southeast corner, near the hospital’s second medical office building. Construction costs are estimated at $82 million.

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