CHS, IU Health invest $675M in new Indiana hospitals

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Franklin, Tenn.-based Community Health Systems and Indianapolis-based Indiana University Health are opening new hospitals in Indiana before the end of the year. 

Fort Wayne, Ind.-based Lutheran Health network, part of for-profit CHS, is opening a 60-bed hospital Nov. 13. The $118 million facility, named Lutheran Downtown Hospital, is opening months ahead of schedule and replacing St. Joseph Hospital in Fort Wayne. 

Nonprofit IU Health is opening a $557 million hospital on its Regional Academic Health Center campus in Bloomington, Ind., on Dec. 5. The 364-bed hospital will replace one of the system's existing hospitals.  

CHS and IU Health are among more than a dozen health systems across the nation investing in new hospitals.

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