$150M spine, orthopedic hospital to begin construction in Colorado

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Penrose-St. Francis Health Services in Colorado Springs, Colo., plans to begin construction on a $150 million hospital that will focus on spine and orthopedic care, The Gazette reports.

The 72-bed hospital will be built on a 57.8-acre lot that Penrose-St. Francis bought last year for $30 million.

The hospital will have 10 operating rooms and include a medical office building and a surgery center built by an orthopedic group.

Penrose-St. Francis also operates St. Francis Medical Center and Penrose Hospital, both in Colorado Springs. A name for the new hospital hasn't yet been announced.

Construction is set to begin in early 2021, with opening set for January 2023.

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