University of South Florida takes first step toward campus hospital
University of South Florida wants to build a freestanding, 100-bed, general acute-care hospital on its Tampa campus. USF disclosed its plan in a letter of intent to Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration, seeking a certificate of need to build the hospital. The proposed hospital would be adjacent to the Carol & Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare, a newly opened outpatient center on campus, and near the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute.
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