St. John Providence Health System (MI) to spend $30 million on improvements
The St. John Providence Health System will spend $30 million this year on major improvements at its Detroit, Warren and Southfield hospitals.
The spending includes some of the first significant facility improvements the Warren-based system has made at many of its facilities in the last three years, a time during which it opened a $230-million Novi hospital, added a $200-million patient tower at its Detroit hospital and bought and installed a $10-million electronic medical records system.
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