Las Vegas hospital unveils patient tower part of $55M project

Las Vegas-based MountainView Hospital, part of Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare, has unveiled its new patient tower.

The tower, which was the final part of a multiphase, multiyear $55 million project, brings 64 beds and 71,714 square feet to the hospital, according to a Jan. 4 press release.

"The opening of this patient tower means we can work to meet the increased need for healthcare services in our community," Hiral Patel, chief executive officer of MountainView Hospital, said in the release.

The project brought additional treatment areas to the hospital as part of its emergency department expansion in 2023. A second parking structure with 543 additional parking spots on the medical campus also opened last year. 

MountainView Hospital opened in 1996 and is a 425-bed teaching hospital with over 2,150 employees and more than 1,400 physicians. 

The tower is scheduled to open to patients "soon," the release said. 

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