Texas health system plans $500M hospital expansion

San Antonio, Texas-based University Health System is preparing to begin a $500 million expansion at its main South Texas Medical Center campus, according to the San Antonio Express-News.

The project, expected to be completed in late 2022, will feature a 12-story tower for women's and children's services and two emergency departments, one for OB-GYN patients and another for children, hospital officials said.

Specific features include 268 patient rooms, family resource centers, a pediatric rehab gym and a level 4 maternity center.   

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