UPMC Hamot to Build World-Class Hospital of $111 Million Patient Tower in Erie


The officials of UPMC Hamot announced that they will start building the world-class hospital of US$111 million Patient Tower in Erie.


The US$111 million patient care tower helps to reduce the death rate and revolutionise healthcare industry in Erie. It will be capable to accommodate increasing patient volumes and stipulate for people’s services.

UPMC Hamot’s expansion is also known as Project 20/20. The seven-story, 177,000 square-foot building will be located at the site of the current professional building at 104 East Second Street between the main hospital and Magee-Women’s, UPMC Hamot.

The construction is scheduled to start on the new facility in early 2018 and is expected to finish by late 2020.

Approximately 64 ICU beds will be included in the US$111 million patient tower and imaging department would be expanded along with central plant and shell space for the campus master plan. Offices in the professional building will be relocated and UPMC Hamot’s capital would be exceeded to US$300 million in capital at the time of completion of the project.


Name UPMC Hamot
Location Erie, Pennsylvania
Type New Patient Care Tower
Estimated Cost $111 Million
Schedule 2018 to 2020
Partiews Involved UPMC Hamot