5 orthopedic expansion projects costing $200M+

Angie Stewart -   Print  |

Since Jan. 1, Becker's Spine Review has covered five expansion projects that cost at least $200 million and expand orthopedic services:

Chester County (Pa.) Hospital-Penn Medicine completed a $300 million expansion, which expands orthopedic services at the facility.

Huntsville (Ala.) Hospital is making progress on a $250 million tower with 24 operating rooms for spine and orthopedic surgery.

Orlando (Fla.) Health announced plans to build a $250 million orthopedic hospital after acquiring one of the area's largest independent orthopedic practices.

The University of Rochester (N.Y.) is building a $240 million campus devoted to spine, orthopedics and sports medicine. 

Sioux Falls, S.D.-based Sanford Health outlined plans to build an orthopedic hospital and two clinics as part of a $209.5 million expansion over the next three years.

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