Boston Children's Hospital expansion project approved

WCN Editorial Team 24 Oct 2016 NORTH AMERICA BUILDINGS

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health's Public Health Council has given the go-ahead to Boston Children's Hospital expansion project.

The $1bn project will involve the construction of a new 11-storey clinical tower in Longwood, the redevelopment of a Brookline property into an eight-storey ambulatory care facility, and the refurbishment of existing buildings on the Boston campus.

The renovation will include the addition of 71 new beds to the existing 404-bed hospital, along with four new operating rooms, and two MRI machines.

The approval for the project comes with various conditions, for instance the hospital will be restricted from covering its approved final incremental operating costs by passing on the costs to payers and patients.

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