Detroit Medical Center Opens $7M Orthopedic, Neurosurgery Unit at Huron Valley-Sinai

The Detroit Medical Center's Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital in Commerce, Mich., has opened its new $7 million private-room orthopedic and neurosurgery unit, according to a Detroit News report.

Construction began in March and included renovating approximately 21,000 square feet into 21 private rooms and turning an additional 21 semi-private rooms into private rooms. This space became available when physician offices moved into the Sinai Guild Medical Office building in 2010.

The unit is the first major DMC construction project completed with funding from Nashville, Tenn.-based Vanguard Health Systems, which acquired DMC early this year, according to the report. Vanguard is investing $850 million in DMC over five years for construction projects including the Children's Hospital of Michigan Specialty Center in Detroit, emergency department expansion at DMC Sinai Grace Hospital in Detroit and a cardiovascular institute at DMC's main campus.

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