• Hospital Corporation of America Breaks Ground on UCF Lake Nona Medical Center


    Hospital Corporation of America broke ground in October of 2018 on the $175 million UCF Lake Nona Medical Center in Orlando.

  • Henderson CountyHenderson County Health Sciences Center


    Founded at the intersection of health science and education, the Henderson County Health Sciences Center is building bridges between patients, students, and healthcare professionals. The three-story facility provides an enhanced experience for patients through a complex network of professionals working together. The facility is the result of a strategic partnership between Pardee Hospital, Blue Ridge Community College, Wingate University, and Henderson County. Henderson County coordinated and funded the project through a public-private partnership that expands space, funds, and resources for the three entities and the surrounding community.

  • Reimagining the NICU to Support Couplet and Family Care at Beacon Children’s Hospital


    The new 39-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Beacon Children’s Hospital in South Bend, Ind., features enhanced single-family rooms (SFR) and couplet care rooms (CCR), two new room designs that expand clinical functionality and family accommodation in the NICU. The hospital’s NICU staff holds the conviction that babies belong with their parents whenever possible, and desired to make this practice available not only in the SFRs but also for postpartum mothers who are still patients. Previously, some mildly ill or premature babies were taken to the mother’s postpartum room to accomplish this, but most babies were not eligible due to the severity of their illness. Both types of rooms in the new NICU are designed to accommodate mothers who are still patients immediately after birth. This facilitates early bonding between mother and child, which historically has been limited during the first few days of a NICU baby’s life.

  • University of Kentucky Opens Health Research Facility


    The University of Kentucky opened the first phase of its $265 million health research facility in September of 2018.

  • Mayo Clinic Plans Phoenix Expansion


    Mayo Clinic is planning a $648 million expansion of its Phoenix medical facilities. The Arizona Forward Project will add 1.4 million square feet to the existing 1.7 million-sf campus, increasing the number of inpatient beds from 280 to 374.

  • Johns Hopkins Medicine Opens Research and Education Facility at All Children’s Hospital


    Johns Hopkins Medicine opened the $95 million All Children's Education and Research Facility in September of 2018 in St. Petersburg, Fla.

  • University of Michigan Health System Opens Brighton Center for Specialty Care


    The University of Michigan Health System opened the $175 million Brighton Center for Specialty Care in September of 2018.

  • UK Medical Research Council Plans London Institute of Medical Sciences


    The United Kingdom's Medical Research Council is planning to build the £75 million London Institute of Medical Sciences.

  • UT Southwestern Medical Center Builds Texas Health Hospital Frisco


    UT Southwestern Medical Center and Texas Health Resources are partnering to build the $270 million Texas Health Hospital Frisco.

  • UMass Memorial Medical Center Completes Atrium Modernization


    UMass Memorial Medical Center is engaged in a multi-phase modernization initiative at its Worcester hospital campus. Upgrades to major public spaces have been completed, including a new atrium in the main pedestrian artery.