Vanderbilt to house 16 clinics in mall
The Tennessean, March 25, 2008
Nashville, TN-based Vanderbilt University Medical Center is transforming 440,000 square feet of store space in a mall into a healthcare facility that will house 16 clinics. The hospital opened a pediatric rehabilitation clinic in the mall in February 2008, and plans to open other clinical programs, offices and a wellness center. The project is expected to cost about $48.9 million.
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