The state of Alaska has approved a certificate of need for the expansion and renovation of Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage.
State approves CON for Providence Alaska
Called the Generations project, the $150.3 million reconstruction will modernize the not-for-profit hospital's newborn intensive care unit, maternity care, cardiac and other surgical services, pharmacy and ancillary areas.
“Generations will allow us to continue providing the best care possible for generations to come,” said Richard Mandsager, chief executive of Providence Alaska Medical Center, in a statement.
Construction is slated to begin in January 2011, with a completion target of December 2016.
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