• Yale hospital acquisition plans draw concerns over competition

    Yale New Haven (Conn.) Health System's proposed acquisition of three hospitals has attracted concern from local advocates who fear less competition will cause prices to spike, the Yale Daily News reported Nov. 11.
  • $16M in projects approved by regents at U of Iowa hospital

    Projects totaling $16 million of upgrades at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics' main location in Iowa City were approved by the board of regents, a Nov. 10 Daily Iowan report said.
  • Georgia hospital files CON to expand patient tower

    Northside Hospital Gwinnett has filed a certificate-of-need application to add seven floors to its 10-story patient tower project on its Lawrenceville, Ga., campus, Healthcare Design reported Nov. 10.
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  • $140M VA hospital coming to Oklahoma

    The Eastern Oklahoma Veterans Affairs Health Care System plans to open a $140 million, 58-bed hospital in Tulsa in 2025, The Journal Record reported Nov. 10. 
  • Boston hospital's rooftop farm catches attention of the White House

    Boston Medical Center's rooftop farm has been recognized by the White House as an example for other hospitals, CBS Boston reported Nov. 10. 
  • Hoag launches $300 million expansion, renovation campaign

    Newport Beach, Calif.-based Hoag Health is launching a $300 million campaign to expand its Irving hospital.
  • Texas VA hospital to reopen after two decades

    A shuttered Veterans Affairs hospital in Marlin, Texas, has been purchased by Merkabah after being closed for almost 20 years, ABC affiliate KXXV reported Nov. 9. 
  • Louisiana hospital to kick off $50M expansion, its largest to date

    Slidell (La.) Memorial Hospital is set to start its $50 million expansion in December, the largest project in the hospital's history, New Orleans City Business reported Nov. 9. 
  • Ochsner Health hospital nears completion of $100M expansion project

    Ochsner Lafayette (La.) General Medical Center is expected to wrap most of its $100 million expansion by the end of the year, Lafayette Daily Advertiser reported Nov. 9. 
  • Ascension hospital breaks ground on $70M facility

    Indianapolis-based Ascension St. Vincent Hospital broke ground Nov. 8 on a neighborhood hospital in West Lafayette, Ind. 
  • $92.3M expansion underway at Northern Texas hospital

    Texas Health Hospital Rockwall is almost doubling the size of its facility through a $92.3 million expansion that will include a neonatal intensive care unit, a cardiac catheterization lab and an expanded emergency department at the facility in Northern Texas.
  • 4 hospitals planning upgrades, expansions

    The following four hospitals and health systems have announced upgrades or expansions since Nov. 2:
  • MaineGeneral floats $36M expansion in anticipation of more cancer cases

    MaineGeneral in Augusta is proposing to build a $36 million expansion of its cancer center as it expects a rise in cancer cases, BDN reported Nov. 7. 
  • Cottage Health unveils new urgent care center

    Santa Barbara, Calif.-based Cottage Health opened its new Cottage Urgent Care Center in Montecito on Nov. 8. 
  • Philadelphia hospitals look to cut real estate waste

    Healthcare providers in the Philadelphia area are looking at creative ways to repurpose often underused office space just as pressure to offer facilities for patient care increases and expenses rise, according to a Nov. 2 Bisnow report.
  • JPS Health planning new psychiatric emergency center

    Fort Worth, Texas-based JPS Health Network is building a new psychiatric emergency center on its main campus, also in Fort Worth, WBAP reported Nov. 2. 
  • Technology drives Hackensack Meridian's new $714M pavilion

    Edison, N.J.-based Hackensack Meridian Health plans to unveil Helena Theurer Pavilion — a $714 million, 530,000-square-foot project — on Hackensack (N.J.) University Medical Center's campus in December. Health system officials called it the most technologically advanced hospital in the U.S., ROI-NJ reported Nov. 3. 
  • Georgia hospital planning $3.5M expansion

    Stockbridge, Ga.-based Piedmont Henry Hospital is planning a $3.5 million expansion to add more space for observation patients who are hospitalized for less than a day, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Nov. 3. 
  • MidCoast Health to open new hospital in Texas

    El Campo, Texas-based MidCoast Health System is planning to build a new hospital in Trinity, Texas, FOX affiliate KETK reported Nov. 2. 
  • 3 health systems opening hospitals

    Health systems that have opened hospitals, submitted proposals for construction or announced plans to build since Oct. 21:

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