Stony Brook Medicine's 4-story expansion opens to patients Nov. 17

Stony Brook (N.Y.) Medicine will open its four-story expansion of its children's hospital to patients Nov. 17, according to Newsday. 

The project is part of the system's larger $450 million expansion plan that includes building a cancer center on the hospital's East Campus.

The new facility will house 48 single-bed rooms and offer 30 different pediatric specialties. 

The children's hospital expansion was funded  with $50 million in state aid and $25 million in gifts from more than 3,500 donors.

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