UPMC to Build Pittsburgh Hospitals for $2B

The health care provider will develop three cutting-edge specialty hospitals totaling more than 1.6 million square feet in the Steel City’s metro area.

UPMC wants to take patient care in metropolitan Pittsburgh to a new level with the development of three state-of-the-art hospitals. The health-care provider will invest $2 billion to open the UPMC Heart and Transplant Hospital, UPMC Hillman Cancer Hospital and UPMC Vision and Rehabilitation Hospital. The facilities will total more than 1.6 million square feet.

“Working in partnership with the University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences, we will radically change health care as we know it to provide personalized, effective and compassionate care. At core, these digitally based specialty hospitals are the expression of our cutting-edge translational science creating treatments and cures for the most devastating diseases,” Jeffrey Romoff, president & CEO of UPMC, said in a prepared statement…

UPMC to Build Pittsburgh Hospitals for $2B

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