Partners HealthCare seeks state OK for $73M ED expansion at Brigham and Women's

Boston-based Partners HealthCare is seeking state approval for a $73 million expansion at its Boston-based Brigham and Women's Hospital.

The proposed expansion project would include renovating and expanding Brigham and Women's emergency department, adding an MRI simulator and converting a research-only 7T MRI for use in a clinical setting.

Partners HealthCare intends to file an application of need with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The DPH must approve the application prior to construction.

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