North Carolina OKs hospital expansion
Charlotte Observer, March 2, 2009
North Carolina health officials have approved construction of a $264 million addition to Carolinas Medical Center-NorthEast in Concord. The project includes building an eight-story patient tower and adding a second floor to the hospital's surgery center, adding 424,950 square feet of space and renovating 79,140 square feet of existing space. The surgery center addition is scheduled to open in early 2011.
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