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Texas Health Resources acquires Atrium Medical Center

Arlington-based Texas Health Resources has purchased Atrium Medical Center in Cornith, Texas, with plans to convert the long-term acute care hospital into an inpatient and outpatient behavioral health hospital.

Texas Health will immediately begin a $13 million renovation to convert the 60-bed facility to a behavioral health hospital. The 62,500-square-foot hospital will be renamed Texas Health Behavioral Health Hospital Cornith.

Ramona Osburn, senior vice president of behavioral health services for Texas Health, expressed excitement about the deal. "We are happy to be able to expand our behavioral health services throughout North Texas, especially with inpatient and outpatient offerings for patients," she said.

The renovation project is expected to take about a year with an opening date for the behavioral health hospital set for June 2017.

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