Bayhealth to open $314M replacement hospital in February

Dover, Del.-based Bayhealth will open its $314 million, six-story replacement hospital in Milford, Del., to patients in February 2019, according to a Delaware Online news report.

The  hospital, built  on a 165-acre campus, will house single-patient rooms, an emergency department and a 70,000-square-foot outpatient center. It is licensed for 128 beds.

The facility will replace Bayhealth's aging Milford Memorial Hospital, which sits on a 22-acre campus.

Construction is expected to end in October, and patients will be seen at the new hospital in February.

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