Beaumont Hospitals asks Michigan for approval of $204 million expansion
Detroit Free Press, April 3, 2008
Beaumont Hospitals has asked the state of Michigan for permission to build a $204-million emergency department expansion on its Royal Oak campus. If approved, the project would replace Beaumont's emergency center with a 96,000 square foot facility with 173 patient rooms, including an 11-to-20-room pediatric emergency unit. Also included in the expansion would be a 36-bed intensive care unit and four operating rooms.
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