Nashville children’s hospital to double bed space
The Tennessean, September 15, 2008
Nashville-based Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt will nearly double bed space at the hospital. About 200 new beds will be added to the current 205-bed, 616,785-square-foot facility. These include about 90 new pediatric beds, 65 obstetrical beds, and 40 neonatal intensive care beds.
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