Des Moines, IA, medical center’s plan for renovations moves forward
Des Moines Register, May 21, 2008
The board of trustees for Des Moines, IA-based Broadlawns Medical Center took the first step toward a $44 million renovation of the hospital. The board voted 6-0 to set a public hearing on the sale of up to $30 million worth of bonds over three years. The bonds would pay for the first phase of a project that would include expansion and improvement of the emergency room and patient waiting areas; creation of an MRI department; and increased space for clinic and rehabilitation areas.
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