Jefferson Health plans $762M specialty pavilion

Building and construction is slated to begin later on this fall and the structure is expected to open in 2024..

The 462,000-square-foot Specialty Care Pavilion will have more than 300 exam spaces, 58 infusion chairs, 10 operating rooms and six endoscopy spaces..

” This amazing new center is our bridge to the future, where well develop the nations very first design of health assurance,” stated Stephen Klasko, MD, president of Thomas Jefferson University and CEO of Jefferson Health..

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The specialty pavilion will centralize a variety of Jefferson Healths scientific services into one location. In particular, Jefferson Health plans to leave more than 177,000-square-feet of area in 10 structures that will be repurposed, consolidated or offered..

Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health plan to develop a 19-story specialized pavilion in Philadelphia with a cost of $762 million..

Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health are both located in Philadelphia..

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The building will house Jefferson Healths cancer center, digestive health institute, transplant institute, breathing services as well as cardiology, urology and rheumatology services..

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