Tulsa Hospital Announces $250 Million Expansion

Project includes 51,000-square-foot renovation of imaging spaces and four operating rooms, as well as 232,600-square-foot expansion

By Dan Hounsell, Senior Editor, Facility Market
July 14, 2021

The wave of new construction and expansion projects of healthcare facilities continues as the industry tries to grow its way out of the financial setbacks resulting from the 17-month COVID-19 pandemic.

Cushman & Wakefield will provide development management services for the $250 million renovation and expansion of the Saint Francis Hospital South campus in Tulsa, according to REjournals. The 51,000-square-foot renovation of imaging spaces and four operating rooms and a 232,600-square-foot expansion includes the addition of four operating rooms, a new six-story tower with 124 patient rooms, and a six-story 600-space parking garage.

The not-for-profit community hospital contains 96 beds catering to south Tulsa and Wagoner counties. Services include labor and delivery, emergency services, imaging and radiology, expectant family program and orthopedics. The renovation’s completion is slated for March 2025.

The health system is anchored by Saint Francis Hospital, a 1,112-bed tertiary center, which includes the region’s only children’s hospital and level IV neonatal intensive care unit, a 168-bed heart hospital, and a trauma and emergency center.

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