Trinity Health plans $230M, 56-bed hospital in Michigan

Livonia, Mich.-based Trinity Health plans to open a four-story, 174,000-square-foot hospital as part of its Trinity Health Medical Center - Brighton campus.

The $230 million replacement hospital will have 56 acuity beds, eight operating rooms, 18 short stay unit beds and additional room for future growth, according to a Dec. 13 news release. It will include space for intensive cardiac rehab, imaging, and medical and surgical specialties.

Primary care, orthopedics, general medicine and surgery, gynecologic surgery, bariatric surgery and oncology services will be provided at the hospital.

"Adding inpatient care to our Brighton campus provides opportunities to integrate services in one location within a modern care environment designed to meet the changing needs of our community," John O'Malley, president of Trinity Health Livingston and Trinity Health Medical Center - Brighton, said in the release. "A new hospital enhances medical services from an easily accessible location, delivered by exceptional providers our patients have come to know and trust." 

The hospital, which would be Trinity Health's 88th, is expected to break ground early next year and open in 2025.

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