Stamford Hospital Revises New Hospital Plan to Reduce Time, Cost

Stamford (Conn.) Hospital announced plans to build a new $450 million hospital in a single phase.

The hospital had previously announced a multi-phase plan for a new hospital that would take 10 to 15 years at a cost of $575 million. In contrast, the single-phase approach aims to build the hospital in only four years.

The new hospital will include all private rooms and private bathrooms; centralized nurses' stations; an emergency department with 50 percent more treatment rooms and separate treatment areas for trauma, cardiac, urgent, behavioral health and pediatric patients; a new pediatric unit; an expanded intensive care unit; and a central location for all Heart & Vascular Institute services.

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