Hospital construction on the rise in Bucks County, PA
Philadelphia Inquirer, June 23, 2008
In Bucks County, PA, there is emergency department construction and renovation. New outpatient facilities are opening, and there are expanded clinics, and renovated laboratories. A new hospital building is also in the planning stages. The boom is being fueled by demographic shifts, technological advances, competition, and an evolution of care that makes changes necessary.
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