11 Recent Hospital Capital Projects

Here are 11 recently announced or started capital projects at hospitals and health systems during the past month, beginning with the most recent.

Is your hospital or health system planning a big renovation or new construction project? Email your capital project plans to Bob Herman at bherman@beckershealthcare.com.

1. NYU Langone Medical Center opened the doors to its new Ronald O. Perelman Center for Emergency Services. NYU Langone's ED closed for repairs and renovation in October 2012 after sustaining damages from Hurricane Sandy.

2. El Camino Hospital in Mountain View, Calif., said it plans on constructing a new $50 million behavioral health building next year.

3. The board of Dayton, Ohio-based Premier Health has approved a $28 million construction project involving the addition of a 22-bed emergency department to Good Samaritan North Health Center in Dayton.

4. RC Hospital & Clinics in Olivia, Minn., started construction on its new $24 million hospital.

5. Cincinnati-based TriHealth announced it will begin an expansion project at Bethesda Butler Hospital in Hamilton, Ohio. The 10-bed Bethesda Butler Hospital will gain an additional 38 private medical and surgical inpatient beds.

6. Seton Healthcare Family, an 11-hospital system based in Austin, Texas, said it will build a new teaching hospital to replace University Medical Center Brackenridge, also in Austin. The hospital, expected to cost $295 million and contain 211 beds, will be named Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas.

7. Starting this summer, Memorial Hermann Health System in Houston announced it will expand and renovate the Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center campus.

8. Columbus-based OhioHealth announced plans for $91 million in improvements at OhioHealth MedCentral Mansfield (Ohio) Hospital and OhioHealth MedCentral Shelby (Ohio) Hospital.

9. Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare Corp. won certificate-of-need approval to build a hospital in Fort Mill, S.C., ending roughly eight years of court battles and posturing.

10. Architecture firm SmithGroupJJR announced it is spearheading Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center's $109 million outpatient care center project in Chicago.

11. Auburn (N.Y.) Community Hospital began overhauling its strategic plan, which includes a $95 million renovation to its facilities.

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