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Scripps Health planning updates for five hospital campuses

November 9, 2017

Scripps Health is planning to update its five hospital campuses, according to an article on the Modern Healthcare website.

The project is the largest the health system has undertaken.

The updates will reflect trends in healthcare, including flexible room layouts for new technology and equipment. Scripps' acute-care hospitals wil focus on the most seriously ill as more patients receive outpatient care. Nurses will be stationed closer to patients and have more direct access to supplies.

In addition to the updated hospital campuses, Scripps plans to build two outpatient cancer centers and a new primary- and specialty-care clinic.

Read the article.




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