University of Pittsburgh Medical Center plans full hospital in Monroeville, PA
AP/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 7, 2008
The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center plans to build a new, seven-story hospital in Monroeville. According to a filing with the local planning commission, UPMC plans a 334,000-square-foot hospital and a parking garage on 16 acres. The plans also include an emergency room and a cancer center.
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