New Jersey county likes hospital’s boom of expansion
Philadelphia Inquirer, March 24, 2008
Cooper University Hospital is in the process of constructing a $222 million patient pavilion in downtown Camden, NJ. In addition to the new tower, which will feature new patient and operating rooms, a lobby and an emergency room addition, the hospital is also planning an $80 million cancer center, a $50 million biomedical research building, and a $140 million medical school building.
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