Trinity Health Michigan has begun construction on a US $238.2 million hospital in the USA


Trinity Health Michigan has started construction of a new US $238.2 million replacement hospital in Livingston County, USA.


The 174,000-square-foot hospital will expand patient access and offer an integrated campus of medical and surgical treatment, at its current medical facility in Brighton.

The four-story facility will be able to accommodate eight licensed operating rooms, 18 existing short-stay unit beds, and 56 acuity adapted beds.

Additionally, renovations will be made to the current medical centre facility.

The upcoming facility, which is scheduled to open in 2025, will bring top medical specialists and services to Livingston County and the surrounding areas. This will provide a continuum of care in one place.

As a result of the newly designed acuity-adaptable patient rooms, patients will not have to be transferred to different care units.

Acuity-adaptable rooms will provide medical, surgical, and intermediate care in one room throughout the duration of the patient's hospital stay, from admission to discharge.

The proposed hospital will offer medical services such as primary care, gynaecological surgery, general medicine, cardiology, orthopedics, and urology, among others.


NameTrinity Health Michigan
BudgetUS $238.2 million
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