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Archive for Friday, April 17, 1998

WHILE THE HOSPITAL PREPARES FOR MORE RENOVATIONS THIS YEARINCLUDING THE ADDITION OF SPACE FOR A MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING SYSTEM AND OVERHAULS OF SECOND-FLOOR PATIENT ROOMS AND THE INTENSIVE CARE

April 17, 1998

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Construction began on the building, which will house the Bert Nash Mental Health Center, Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department and the Visiting Nurses Association of Douglas County. Those agencies will be able to vacate their current offices in the hospital's 1928 and 1956 wings when the new building is finished in February.

The $14.1 million building is being paid for by the city, county and part of a one-cent sales tax. The 85,000-square-foot building is being built in the 200 block of Maine Street, east across from the hospital.

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