Renaissance Healthcare Systems runs out of money to finish Texas facility
In 2006, Renaissance Healthcare Systems announced plans to renovate the former Dallas/Fort Worth Medical Center in Grand Prairie, TX. Nearly two years after the purchase, and more than a year after the scheduled February 2007 opening date, the hospital remains empty. Construction crews abandoned the site in December 2007, and Renaissance officials say the system needs more funding to complete the hospital.
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