University of Michigan Unveils Construction Plans for New US$920 million Adult Hospital


The University of Michigan has approved US$920 million for the construction of a new adult inpatient facility.


The new 12-story, 690,000 gross-square-foot hospital will be constructed adjacent to the Frankel Cardiovascular Center.

The new adult inpatient hospital will allow the relocation of 110 beds from University Hospital to the new hospital and a total of 154 new beds for a total of 264 beds. Also, there will also be 23 procedural suites for surgical and interventional radiology.

The 264 private rooms are capable of converting to intensive care, a state-of-the-art neurological and neurosurgical center, high level, specialty care services for cardiovascular and thoracic patients, along with advanced imaging.

The project also contemplates incremental parking along with transportation and roadway improvements.

The facility is expected to open in the fall of 2024.


Name University of Michigan
Type Construction
Budget US$920million
Schedule Scheduled to be operational in 2024