DMC, Vanguard Joint Venture Center Breaks Ground

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The Detroit Medical Center and Vanguard Health Systems broke ground on Monday for a new joint venture facility, a $43.5 million children’s hospital, according to a Detroit News report.

The two groups formed a joint venture for the Children’s Hospital so development could begin in advance of Vanguard’s full acquisition of DMC. The $1.5 billion sale was recently delayed until Dec. 31 to grant time for approval from Michigan’s attorney general.

The $43.5 million Children’s Hospital of Michigan Specialty Center in Detroit will cost $10 million more than originally planned due to an additional fifth floor. At the groundbreaking ceremony, Mike Duggan, DMC CEO, said Vanguard officials insisted on the development of a fifth floor, calling original construction plans, “too small,” according to the report.

The building is expected to open in Jan. 2012.

Read the Detroit News report on the expanded plans for Michigan’s new children’s hospital.

Read about other hospital expansion and renovation plans:

-Wyoming's Campbell County Memorial Hospital Begins $69M Expansion, Renovation

-Construction Begins on New $20M Nebraska Hospital

-Redevelopment Project Includes $365M Brigham and Women's Facility


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