Michigan healthcare facility planning $45 million patient tower

January 3, 2017

Henry Ford Allegiance Health in Jackson, Mich., is adding a 66-room patient tower, according to an article on the MLive website.

The $45 million project will not expand the hospital's capacity, but provide more people with private rooms.

The three-story, 59,000-square-foot tower will be built above the four-story heart and vascular center, constructed in 2008 with accommodations for future additions. 

In conjunction, some semi-private rooms will be converted to single-patient rooms, believed to provide a quieter, more healing setting with space for mobile modern equipment and family members who do not wish to wait down the hall, the article said.

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