Placerville, CA, council clears way for hospital expansion
Sacramento Bee, December 1, 2008
A $63 million expansion of Placerville, CA-based Marshall Medical Center has cleared a final hurdle en route to construction. The Placerville City Council has authorized vacating portions of three streets to make way for an 88,000-square-foot, three-story acute-care wing. The new wing will house a new emergency room, women's center and birthing rooms, intensive care unit and additional acute-care facilities, as well as a new cafeteria.
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