9 hospital, health system construction projects worth $300M or more

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Below are nine hospitals or health systems that recently announced or completed construction projects worth more than $300 million in the last two months, reported by Becker's Hospital Review.

1. Rush University Medical Center breaks ground on $450M facility
Rush University Medical Center in Chicago broke ground June 12 on its 10-story, $450 million outpatient care center.

2. Sarasota Memorial gets OK to build $437M medical campus
Sarasota (Fla.) Memorial Hospital received approval for a zoning amendment June 11, clearing the way for the hospital to build a 65-acre medical campus in Venice, Fla. The project is expected to cost $437 million.

3. Santa Cruz hospital plans $360M expansion
Santa Cruz, Calif.-based Dominican Hospital — part of San Francisco-based Dignity Health — is planning a $360 million expansion.

4. Valley Hospital gets approval for $735M project
Ridgewood, N.J.-based Valley Hospital received state approval June 6 to build a seven story, 362-bed replacement hospital.

5. RWJBarnabas, Rutgers Cancer Institute plan $750M pavilion
RWJBarnabas Health and Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey announced plans June 3 to develop a freestanding cancer pavilion in New Brunswick, N.J., a project estimated to cost $750 million.

6. ProMedica to open $386M tower in July
ProMedica Toledo (Ohio) Hospital will open its $386 million, 13-story tower to patients July 16.

7. Carilion Clinic to invest $500M in expansion
Carilion Clinic will spend more than $500 million to build and equip an expansion at Roanoke (Va.) Memorial Hospital.

8. Emory files plan for $1B 'health innovation district'
Atlanta-based Emory University filed a rezoning application with the city of Brookhaven, Ga., describing its plans for a $1 billion "health innovation district."

9. Yale New Haven Hospital unveils plans for $838M neurosciences center
Yale New Haven (Conn.) Hospital plans to build an $838 million neurosciences center on its on its Saint Raphael campus in New Haven, the institution announced April 29.

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