Below are seven hospitals or health systems that recently announced, started or completed construction projects worth more than $300 million in the last two months, reported by Becker’s Hospital Review.
1. MetroHealth breaks ground on 264-bed Cleveland hospital
MetroHealth System in Cleveland broke ground April 15 on an 11-story, 264-bed hospital, part of a $946 million revamp.
2. Mount Carmel to open $361M hospital April 28
Mount Carmel Health System in Columbus, Ohio, will open its $361 million, 210-bed replacement hospital April 28.
3. McLaren Health to close 2 hospitals, consolidate services at new $450M facility
McLaren Greater Lansing (Mich.) will shutter two hospitals in South Lansing when its new consolidated $450 million campus near Michigan State University opens.
4. UPMC starts constructing $400M rehab, vision facility
Pittsburgh-based UPMC Mercy broke ground March 14 on a nine-story rehabilitation and vision tower. It is expected to cost $400 million.
5. New York hospital plans $2B campus revamp
Northwell Health’s Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City is preparing a $2 billion revitalization that will include upgraded clinical areas and residential apartments.
6. Sutter opens 274-bed hospital in San Francisco
California Pacific Medical Center Van Ness Campus, an 11-story, 274-bed hospital owned by Sacramento, Calif.-based Sutter Health, opened in San Francisco March 2. The hospital project cost about $2.1 billion.
7. Penn Medicine alters design of $1.5B pavilion
The design team responsible for Philadelphia-based Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania’s $1.5 billion pavilion has changed its plans for the layout and shape of the building. It is expected to open in 2021.