Alabama-based St. Vincent's puts ER construction plans on hold six months
St. Vincent's Health System has notified the state of Alabama it still plans to spend $6.7 million to construct a freestanding emergency department on its One Nineteen Health and Wellness campus, but it will first use a six-month extension to evaluate changes in the marketplace. The four-hospital system said it will use the six-month extension to monitor the economy and its impact on building the proposed site before beginning construction.
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