Children's National Med. Center to expand
Children’s National Medical Center received the go-ahead from D.C. health regulators this week to begin work on its first major expansion since the current hospital was built in 1976, The Washington Business Journal reports.
According to a letter dated Aug. 23, the District’s State Health Planning and Development Agency granted the pediatric hospital a certificate of need for renovations to its original building, which will create an intensive care unit specifically for children born with serious heart defects.
Read more on the expansion at the Children's National Medical Center in the Washington Business Journal.
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