Integris Health Edmond to double in size

Integris Health Edmond (Okla.) will embark on an expansion task that will double its size.

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After the project is finished, the 40-bed healthcare facility will have 104 beds. The task is slated to be complete by next spring.

” We are growing with the city of Edmond and the surrounding areas,” said Jon Rule, CEO of Integris Health Edmond. “Integris Health Edmond is not simply a destination however a healthcare facility for patients around the state due to the sophisticated abilities we have here, matched by access to surgical and medical experts.”.

The health center plans to develop a five-story tower and expand the existing center. The project is approximated to cost $95 million.

Alia Paavola –
Tuesday, September 1st, 2020
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