Upper Chesapeake Health in Maryland Plans 20-Facility Medical Campus

Upper Chesapeake Health in Havre de Grace, Md., will present plans for a new medical campus to the Havre de Grace Planning Commission Sept. 24, according to a Baltimore Sun report.

The multi-phase project will feature a new hospital, and could also include up to 19 buildings covering nearly 500,000 square feet. The 250,000-square-foot new hospital would replace the current Harford Memorial Hospital in Havre de Grace.

The first phase, which would begin around 2016, would include the new hospital sized for 108 beds with room for expansion; a building for medical offices, retail and a pharmacy; and a building for a larger pharmacy.

In 2019, the second phase would begin and would include three buildings of medical offices, general offices, retail space and a restaurant. The third phase would follow in 2021 with four buildings housing retail, offices and a hotel. The fourth phase, in 2025, would include 10 buildings for retail and/or offices, according to the report.

The proposed project requires city and state approvals.

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