GHS Board votes on expansions worth $59M - FOX Carolina 21

GHS Board votes on expansions worth $59M

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GHS' Board of Trustees vote to approve resolution. (May 20, 2014/FOX Carolina) GHS' Board of Trustees vote to approve resolution. (May 20, 2014/FOX Carolina)
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

The Board of Trustees approved a decision to spend $59 million to expand Greenville Health System's ambulatory care and child birth services in the coming years.

During the board's meeting on Tuesday, they approved a resolution that will develop comprehensive, multi-specialty ambulatory care centers in Anderson and Spartanburg counties. The programs are expected to cost $40 million.

The resolution also included the expansion of Patewood Memorial Hospital's fourth floor so the health system can expand its low-risk obstetrical services that are currently offered at the main hospital.

That expansion is slated to cost $19 million.

There is no word yet when the projects would begin because there are still processes that must be met before the plans are confirmed.

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