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$35 Million Henry Ford II Pavilion Expansion to Open
Date:12/8/2008

DETROIT, Dec. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- The first phase of the two-story, $35-millionHenry Ford II (West) Pavilion expansion project is set to open, offering patients and their families access to 40 new private rooms complete with wireless Internet access, patient-controlled lighting and room temperature, and space for family members to stay overnight.

The expansion is part of the $310 million investment in the Henry Ford Hospital Campus. It will house 80 private rooms including 20 intensive care rooms on two floors once complete, bringing the total number of ICU beds at Henry Ford to 162 -- the largest ICU in Detroit. Phase two of the project is slated to open in the spring of 2009.

"By reinvesting in the Henry Ford Hospital Campus, we're able to maintain and sustain the flagship legacy that has been established through the decades of providing the best medical services available to the citizens of Detroit and to patients from around the world," says Nancy Schlichting, president and CEO of Henry Ford Health System.

In all, nearly $90 million has been spent in the past two years, including the expansion and renovation of the Emergency Department in 2006.

"This investment represents the single-largest investment in renovation and expansion in the hospital's history," says Anthony Armada, FACHE, president and CEO of Henry Ford Hospital and Health Network. "Our vision is to continue to renovate and update existing units to continue to meet the needs and expectations of our patients. This expansion provides for more flexibility in patient bed locations, allowing us to renovate existing units without impacting patient care."

Before being built, more than 2,000 people -- medical staff, patients, families and community members -- toured prototype patients rooms to test room configurations, colors, fixtures, finishes, furniture and equipment. Based on their extensive feedback, Henry Ford
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