• OHSU approved for $650M expansion after COVID delay

    Portland-based Oregon Health & Science University's board of directors approved a $650 million expansion to its hospital Oct. 29, which was delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Penn Medicine opens $1.6B hospital

    Philadelphia-based Penn Medicine opened its 17-story, $1.6 billion hospital, the Pavilion, Oct. 30, the University of Pennsylvania's largest capital project and the biggest hospital project in the Philadelphia area, according to the health system.
  • Mercy Health breaks ground on $200M hospital

    Construction began Oct. 29 on Mason, Ohio-based Mercy Health Kings Mills Hospital, a 172,000-square-foot, $200 million facility, the Dayton Daily News reported.
  • Lee Health to build 52-acre hospital campus

    Fort Myers, Fla.-based Lee Health said Oct. 28 it is planning to build a new hospital campus on 52 acres of land in Fort Myers. 
  • 18 hospitals planning upgrades, expansions

    Here are 18 hospitals or health systems that have announced, advanced or completed construction projects in the last two weeks:
  • New Penn Medicine hospital becomes largest LEED Healthcare-certified project globally

    Penn Medicine's new 1.5 million-square-foot pavilion on the Hospital of the University of Philadelphia campus — which opens Oct. 30 — received a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Healthcare v4 Gold Certification, becoming the largest certified project in the world to do so.
  • UChicago Medicine plans expansion, microhospital in Indiana

    University of Chicago Medicine is planning to build a 116,000-square-foot medical facility with a microhospital in northwest Indiana, the Chicago Tribune reported Oct. 26.
  • Atrium, Novant battle for hospital beds in North Carolina

    Charlotte, N.C.-based Atrium Health and Novant Health, the biggest health systems in Charlotte, are competing to add more hospital beds in Mecklenburg County, the Charlotte Business Journal reported Oct. 25.
  • Children's Health to nearly triple bed count at 1 campus

    To keep up with its growing population, Dallas-based Children's Health on Oct. 26 broke ground on its 300,000-square-foot tower at its Plano, Texas, campus, which will increase the total number of beds from 72 to 212.
  • Wisconsin hospital to expand ED through $100M project

    The ThedaCare board of trustees approved a $100 million investment to enhance services at ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah (Wis.), which includes an expanded emergency department.
  • A look at the most expensive hospital projects this year

    Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, several hospitals have forged ahead with costly renovations, improvements and expansions.
  • Virginia health panel recommends denial of 50-bed hospital

    A committee of the Virginia health department recommends denying Riverside Health System's plan to build a 50-bed hospital in Isle of Wight County, according to local news station WAVY.
  • Colorado hospital begins $76.5M in renovations

    Fort Collins, Colo.-based UCHealth Poudre Valley Hospital broke ground on its two-year, $76.5 million renovation, the Coloradoan reported Oct. 21.
  • Georgia hospital completes ED expansion, starts building $400M patient tower

    Lawrenceville, Ga.-based Northside Hospital Gwinnett opened its expanded emergency department Oct. 18 and recently received approval from the Georgia Department of Community Health for a new 10-story tower.
  • 13 hospital construction projects worth $500M or more

    Since Aug. 1, 13 hospitals and health systems announced, advanced or completed expansion and renovation projects with price tags of $500 million or more.
  • Virginia hospital breaks ground on $50M expansion

    Bon Secours held a ceremonial wall breaking Oct. 20 for its $48.5 million, 48,000-square-foot expansion of Mechanicsville, Va.-based Memorial Regional Medical Center.
  • BayCare breaks ground on new Florida hospital

    Construction began Oct. 18 for the new Plant City-based South Florida Baptist Hospital, which was originally scheduled for August but was delayed because of a surge of COVID-19 cases.
  • New York hospital opens $44M expansion

    A 25,000-square-foot, $44 million addition to Montefiore New Rochelle (N.Y.) Hospital is now open, which includes a health center, redesigned emergency department and improved radiology unit, News 12 reported Oct. 19.
  • Florida hospital seeks grant to add pandemic wing

    Marianna, Fla.-based Jackson Hospital is hoping to get a grant to change its third floor into a pandemic wing, a project that is expected to cost $2 million, WJHG reported Oct. 19.
  • Baptist Health, Encompass Health to build $41.7M rehab hospital

    Louisville, Ky.-based Baptist Health and Birmingham, Ala.-based Encompass Health are teaming up to build and operate a 40-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Louisville after receiving a certificate of need.

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