Children's Hospital gets Alabama OK for $483 million replacement hospital
Children's Hospital has won state approval to build a $483 million replacement hospital, making it the most expensive project ever approved by Alabama's Certificate of Need Review Board. Construction is expected to begin spring 2009 and to be completed in 2012. Hospital officials say the project is overdue and will replace outdated patient care areas that are almost 50 years old.
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