California Northstate University plans $750M teaching hospital

California Northstate University released plans to build a 250-bed teaching hospital next to its Elk Grove-based campus.

The university submitted plans to the city of Elk Grove to begin the process toward construction. The project is anticipated to start next year and be finished by 2022.

The project is expected to cost $750 million, according to NBC-affiliate television station KCRA.

The level 2 trauma center is expected to create over 24,000 new jobs in the next decade.

Additionally, the hospital will reduce traffic to and from Sacramento, and the university plans to work with the city to develop transit routes to the medical center for local employees.

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