Denver Health breaks ground on $157M one-stop shop outpatient center

Denver Health began construction on its $157 million outpatient center, which will become a "one-stop shop" for patients, according to The Denver Post.

The new seven-story center, part of a $937 million bond package approved by Denver voters last year, will house several specialty clinics, including orthopedics and radiology.

Currently, many of Denver Health's specialty clinics are spread across different buildings on its campus. The new 293,000-square-foot center will condense these clinics into one location.

Health system officials officially broke ground on the outpatient center Sept. 20. Construction is expected to wrap up in 2020.

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