New $920M University of Michigan hospital to include family spaces

October 1, 2019

The new 12-story, $920 million University of Michigan hospital in Ann Arbor will include family spaces for loved ones to visit in each patient room, according to an article on the Mlive website.

The facility also will have centralized collaboration spaces in each patient area to enhance continuity of care.

The new facility will relocate 110 beds currently in semi-private rooms at University Hospital to the new hospital. As a result, all Michigan Medicine inpatient beds will be single private rooms.

Construction expected to be completed in 2024

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