Atrium breaks ground on $116M Charlotte hospital

Atrium Health broke ground Jan. 23 on its $116 million hospital in Charlotte, N.C., according to the Charlotte Observer.

The 150,000-square-foot hospital, which will be called Atrium Health Union West, will house 40 beds, two operating rooms and 10 emergency department bays.

The Charlotte-based system announced plans to build the hospital in October 2018.

Atrium Health has been competing with rival Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Novant Health to expand into Charlotte and other cities in Mecklenburg County.

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