Indianapolis health system plans new hospital, cancer center

May 20, 2015

Indianapolis' Community Health Network will build two new buildings, a $60 million outpatient cancer center and a $175 million replacement hospital, according to an article on the Indianapolis Star website.

Community first planned to renovate its aging hospital. But the health system decided that building from scratch made more sense.

The new hospital  will have about 150 beds and will include an emergency department, medical imaging, surgery and delivery services.

Four buildings would be demolished to make room for the new facility.

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