ProMedica Toledo Hospital to build $350M patient tower


ProMedica Toledo (Ohio) Hospital has announced plans for a $350 million renovation project that will include the construction of a new patient tower, according to a report from The Blade.

Construction on the 615,000-square-foot patient tower addition and grand entrance is slated to begin in the spring 2016. To make room for the new addition, ProMedica purchased 77 homes surrounding the hospital campus.

The renovation project also includes plans to shift the ProMedica Parkway to make room for a new front entrance and expanded parking area, as well as plans to create a new intensive care unit in the children's hospital and covert the oldest building on the campus, which opened in 1930, into offices.



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