MetroHealth Plans Campus Transformation
September 23, 2015 - Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »
MetroHealth in Cleveland, Ohio, is planning a $1.2-billion campus transformation. The multi-year project is expected to better align the organization with patients’ needs.
MetroHealthThe work is beginning with construction of a 75,000-square-foot, 85-room critical care pavilion that will house the sickest patients and serve as the primary intake valve in a mass disaster event.
The campus transformation is expected to include additional fitness and community wellness resources, along with upgraded facilities and new ways of delivering care both at the bedside and via the Internet.
The critical care pavilion is scheduled for completion in July 2016.
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