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- Methodist Health System to build new hospital in Midlothian, US
- McLaren Health Care to invest $450m to build new hospital in Michigan
- Missouri-based Ozarks Medical Center announces $40m expansion plan
- Acurity to re-develop Wakefield Hospital in New Zealand
- Beaver Medical Group to open two care centres in California
Methodist Health System to build new hospital in Midlothian, US
Methodist Health System has announced plans to build its eleventh full service hospital in Midlothian, US.
McLaren Health Care to invest $450m to build new hospital in Michigan
McLaren Health Care is set to invest $450m to develop a new hospital beside Michigan State University (MSU) in South Lansing.
Micronova Cleanroom Product Catalogue
In today's world, the call for controlled manufacturing is standard across a wide range of industries. Processing and cleaning controls continue to grow ever more stringent in biotechnology and pharmaceutical production - at the same time engineers in wafer production and nanotechnology search for methods to attain higher yields.
Missouri-based Ozarks Medical Center announces $40m expansion plan
Missouri-based Ozarks Medical Center has plans to expand hospital totalling 100,00ft2 and open a new 15,000ft2 Women’s Centre with an investment of $40m.
Kier Construction to build elective care facility at Scottish hospital
Kier Construction Scotland has been selected as a Principal Supply Chain Partner to build an elective care facility at Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Clydebank, as part of Frameworks Scotland 2.
Acurity to re-develop Wakefield Hospital in New Zealand
Acurity Health Group has announced plans to re-develop Wellington’s Wakefield Hospital in central New Zealand with an investment of $100m.
Beaver Medical Group to open two care centres in California
Beaver Medical Group has announced its plans to open two new facilities in California.
Paynter Dixon wins early works tender for Gladstone ED in Queensland
Australia-based Paynter Dixon has secured the tender to carry out early works on the new A$42m ($33.6m) Gladstone Hospital Emergency Department (ED) in Queensland.