Toledo, Ohio-based ProMedica plans to open a new hospital in Adrian, Mich., Sept. 24, according to NBC 24.
The 205,000-square-foot, three-story facility will house 50 beds, including 40 medical-surgical beds and 10 critical care beds.
It will also have four operating rooms, three minor procedure rooms and an emergency department.
In May, the hospital announced a short delay to its opening to add some safety features, like negative pressure rooms and plexiglass.
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