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UM plans $920 million hospital for patients needing the most complicated care

By The Detroit News  
   September 20, 2019

The University of Michigan — home to three hospitals, 125 clinics and home care operations serving more than 2.3 million people annually — will open an innovative $920 million medical center for patients needing the most complicated care. The Board of Regents approved plans Thursday for the 12-story, $920 million adult in-patient hospital that's expected to "transform inpatient and surgical care" and move UM's health care services into the future.

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