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14 recent hospital, health system capital projects

Here are 14 capital projects at hospitals and health systems that were recently announced, started, changed or completed, beginning with the most recent.

1. Poughkeepsie, N.Y.-based Vassar Brothers Medical Center announced plans to build a $466 million, 696,000-square foot, seven-level hospital.

2. To celebrate its 150th birthday, St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, N.J., broke ground on a huge renovation plan to "expand and modernize" its campus.

3. Richmond-based Virginia Commonwealth University Health System and Bon Secours Richmond Health System called off plans to build an independent, free-standing children's hospital in Richmond.

4. Indianapolis-based Community Health Network announced a $235 million investment in two new construction projects, including a new hospital and a new cancer center.

5. Raleigh, N.C.-based Rex Healthcare raised $150 million to help the system fund a new heart hospital tower. Construction is already underway on the new facility.

6. ProMedica Toledo (Ohio) Hospital announced plans for a $350 million renovation project that will include the construction of a new patient tower.

7. In an effort to provide medical care within 30 miles of every Cherokee citizen, the Cherokee Nation announced plans to open the first of four clinics in May.

8. Board members of the Destination Medical Center Corp. approved two new projects in Rochester, Minn. to improve its standing as a destination medical center with Mayo Clinic.

9. Raleigh, N.C.-based Wake Health Services began construction on a $13 million health center in Southeast Raleigh to nearly double the system's patient capacity in the area.

10. Texas Children's Hospital in Houston announced plans for a $506 million, 19-story patient tower with 129 beds and new operating rooms.

11. After nearly two years of construction, the $17.5 million expanded emergency department at Cleveland Clinic's Lutheran Hospital in Cleveland opened.

12. Louisville-based KentuckyOne Health abandoned its plans for a $55 million inpatient facility in Bullitt County, Ky.

13. Bryn Mawr, Pa.-based Main Line Health announced it will undertake a $200 million "modernization" project at its Bryn Mawr Hospital that includes a five-story patient care pavilion.

14. Marshfield (Wis.) Clinic Health System moved forward with its plans to expand outpatient surgery and other ambulatory services and build a new hospital in Marshfield.

 

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