8 hospital, health system projects worth $300M or more

Eight hospitals and health systems since July 1 have announced, unveiled or began facility expansions and renovations with price tags of $300 million or more.

1. Emory Healthcare starts building $1B 'health innovation district'
Atlanta-based Emory Healthcare broke ground Oct. 4 on its musculoskeletal institute, part of the system's planned $1 billion "health innovation district.

2. U of New Mexico plans $400M medical tower
University of New Mexico in Albuquerque plans to build a $400 million medical tower.

3. Michigan Medicine to build $920M hospital
University of Michigan Medical Center in Ann Arbor plans to spend $920 million to build a new hospital, which is expected to take five years to complete.

4. Hackensack Meridian Health breaks ground on $714M expansion
Hackensack (N.J.) Meridian Health broke ground Sept. 13 on its nine-story, $714 million pavilion.

5. After 112 years, Maryland hospital moves to new campus
Washington Adventist Hospital has been in Takoma Park, Md., since it opened in 1907. On Aug. 25, the hospital will move to its new $400 million campus in White Oak, Md.

6. Texas health system plans $500M hospital expansion
San Antonio-based University Health System is preparing to begin a $500 million expansion at its main South Texas Medical Center campus.

7. New York's Mount Sinai to invest $1B in facility improvements
Mount Sinai Health System plans to invest $1 billion in facility upgrades and expansions in downtown New York City. 

8. Stanford's $2B hospital to open in November
After more than a decade of planning and construction, Palo Alto, Calif.-based Stanford Health Care plans to open a $2 billion hospital in November.

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