7 health systems opening hospitals

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The following health systems have opened hospitals, advanced proposals to build them or announced plans for them in the last two weeks:

1. Intermountain opens Utah hospital after 6-month delay
After a six-month delay, Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Healthcare opened its new hospital in Spanish Fork, Utah, April 5.

2. UHS, Mercy Health planning Michigan inpatient psychiatric hospital
King of Prussia, Pa.-based Universal Health Services and Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Mercy Health plan to jointly build a 60-bed inpatient psychiatric hospital in Michigan, the organizations said March 31. 

3. Conway Medical Center gets OK to build $160M hospital
Conway (S.C.) Medical Center secured a key approval March 30 to build a hospital in the state's Carolina Forest area.

4. Northern Light Health plans 2 new hospitals
Northern Light Health plans to replace two century-old hospitals with modern facilities, the Brewer, Maine-based health system said.

5. UT Health San Antonio breaks on $430M research hospital
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio began construction March 29 of its $430 million, 144-bed specialty and research hospital.

6. Geisinger, Acadia to build 2 inpatient behavioral health facilities
Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger and Franklin, Tenn.-based Acadia Healthcare have formed a joint venture to build and operate two inpatient behavioral health hospitals in Pennsylvania, the organizations said March 30. 

7. Steward to build Utah hospital
Dallas-based Steward Health Care will break ground this summer on a hospital in St. George, Utah, the 35-hospital network said March 24.

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