Detroit Medical Center abandons plan to build sports medicine center

The medical center said its choice was made after a reevaluation prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic..

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Wednesday, September 30th, 2020
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” Our decision allows us to reallocate resources appropriately in this changing environment,” Detroit Medical Center informed the Free Press..

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Detroit Medical Center has deserted plans to build a $65 million sports medicine facility in Detroit, according to the Detroit Free Press..

The DMC Sports Medicine Clinic, revealed in 2018, was expected to be a 127,000-square-foot center to look after amateur and expert athletes. It was anticipated to consist of a rehabilitation swimming pool, mobile MRI device, golf simulator, basketball court and 40-yard track.