University of Chicago OKs hospital pavilion plan
Chicago Tribune, June 9, 2008
The University of Chicago Medical Center is preparing to embark on a $700 million expansion, and has settled on a final design for a new hospital pavilion. The design will use a modular design executives say allows for flexibility should future renovations be needed. Included in the new pavilion's features are 80 private patient rooms as well as 24 intensive care beds on each of the top three floors. Another floor will house 24 operating rooms.
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