University of Virginia Accelerates Hospital Project to Meet COVID-19 Demand
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University of Virginia Medical Center was able to redesign and accelerate portions of a $394-million expansion project to meet demand for bed capacity brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Charlottesville facility opened 15 ICU isolation beds on April 2 on a 28-bed floor of the six-floor patient tower portion of the project. Three floors of the tower, which are roughly 25,000-square-feet each, are tentatively scheduled to open by June with the remaining three held as a shell for future space.