Duke LifePoint to build $206M hospital in Michigan

Duke LifePoint Healthcare will build a $206 million hospital in Marquette, Mich.

The facility will act as a replacement hospital for UP Health System – Marquette, also known as Marquette General Hospital.

Plans call for a new 164,000-square-foot facility with 243 beds that offers 46,000 square feet of diagnostic and therapeutic services, and 56,000 square feet of patient care services.

The project, listing a completion date of October 2018, also includes an adjoining medical office building and parking structure.

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