MaineMed gets state approval for $512M expansion

Maine Medical Center cleared two important milestones this week for its planned $512 million expansion and renovation, MaineBiz reports. Groundbreaking is planned for March 2018 and construction is expected to take about four years. MaineMed — which is the state’s largest hospital, is licensed for 637 beds and is the flagship facility in the MaineHealth system — said Thursday that it received final approval from state regulators for its project in Portland.

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