Seattle medical center’s $257 million expansion almost complete
Seattle Times, May 27, 2008
A $257 million expansion and seismic-upgrade project for Seattle-based Harborview Medical Center is now nearing completion. The project began with voter-approved bond funding of $193 million in 2000. The project will mark a new step in Harborview's competition for "elective" and short-stay surgeries and procedures that have been identified as lucrative income-generators at other hospitals, say hospital representatives.
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