Novant Health Begins Construction on Renovation Project

The $169 million expansion will house 20 new patient beds.

By HFT Staff
July 5, 2022

Novant Health Matthews Medical Center broke ground on its four-story, 150,000-square-foot tower and 50,000-square-foot renovation project. With this $169 million expansion, the tower will house 20 new patient beds along with surgical services that include seven operating rooms, three endoscopy suites, a post-anesthesia care unit and an ambulatory care unit. The project also will add three cardiac suites. 

Matthews Medical Center opened in 1994 as a 102-bed community hospital. It has expanded several times over the years, including a fifth-floor vertical expansion and a new women’s center, doubling the size of its maternity services. The hospital has 157 licensed beds and with this expansion  will become a 174-bed hospital.       

The first clinical space in the new tower is scheduled to open summer 2024. The anticipated completion date for the entire project is summer 2025.  

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