Detroit Medical Center Plans $50M Outpatient Facility for Pediatric, Adult Services

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The Detroit Medical Center, part of Nashville, Tenn.-based Vanguard Health Systems, is planning a $50 million outpatient facility, according to a Detroit News report.

The 100,000-square-foot building would include an emergency room, pediatric specialty care services and adult outpatient services. The project is expected to create roughly 155 jobs and add approximately $1 million annually to the tax rolls. If approved, construction could begin this fall.

The proposed project is in addition to Vanguard Health Systems' commitment to spend $500 million in new DMC construction and $350 million in routine capital over five years, according to the report.

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