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UPMC to Build Hospital in Monroeville

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) plans to build a seven-story hospital in Monroeville, on the site of a former hotel near the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
In March, UPMC said it was buying the former Palace Inn on Mosside Boulevard in Monroeville for nearly $19 million. The building sits on 12 acres.
At that time, UPMC said the entire structure would be renovated into a health center with outpatient clinics, diagnostic imaging services, an ambulatory surgery center, and urgent care center and doctors' offices.
But now, according to a filing with the local planning commission, UPMC plans to put a 334,000-square-foot hospital and a parking garage on the grounds.  The plans alos include an emergency center.
UPMC is the biggest employer in the Pittsburgh region.

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