$69 million Washington (PA) Hospital expansion opening next week
When The Washington (PA) Hospital opens its new critical care unit, emergency department and surgical services center, patients will be greeted by state-of-the-art technology and decreased wait times, as well as larger operating rooms, patient rooms, and family waiting areas. The three-year, $69 million project is adding 135,000 square feet and two new wings to the hospital's main campus in Washington, according to hospital spokeswoman Jamie Ivanac.
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