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Healthcare Providers Push Forward with Significant Construction or Renovation Projects
Some healthcare providers are making large capital investments in their facilities. Here are some articles evidencing this:
For plenty of good news from Kentucky, see Hospital Boom Continues in Kentucky athttp://www.lanereport.com/10881/2012/09/hospital-boom-continues/.
For some good news from Florida, see Florida Hospital to announce $270 millions plan for three women’s health towers at http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2012-09-18/health/os-florida-hospital-womens-health-20120917_1_orlando-health-towers-capital-investment.
And of course we can’t forget the $1.1 billion project by Johns Hopkins, which some have called the “hotel-like hospital project”. Here is just one of many articles on this project: Johns Hopkins unveils new hospital, at http://www.baltimoresun.com/health/bs-hs-new-hopkins-hospital-20120126,0,5336130.story.
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