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Ohio’s Springfield Regional Medical Center to open 2012

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Springfield Regional Medical Center

The new Springfield Regional Medical Center will be a 254-bed, 475,000-square-foot, full service medical facility, with all private rooms equipped with the most advanced technology. It is the area’s only fully service hospital. Construction on the 275,000 sq ft property began in 2008 with a completion date set for January 2012. The project is on time and on budget and will cost $235 million.

The property will feature a beautiful open air atrium, expanded Emergency Center, three-story Woman's Health Pavilion, attached medical office building, expansive dining area with large windows overlooking Buck Creek, wireless capabilities and parking.

There are currently more than 200 workers on site. This number is expected to grow to up to 350 by mid-2010.

Architect for the project is Champlin/Haupt Architects, Inc. and the contractor is Danis Building Construction Company.

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