Inpatient Projects: Alabama hospital buyer plans rebuild


By John Mugford

A new hospital is planned for Florence, Ala. Dubbed North Alabama Medical Center, it would replace the existing Eliza Coffee Memorial Hospital there.
Rendering courtesy of RegionalCare Hospital Partners

When Brentwood, Tenn.-based RegionalCare Hospital Partners acquired the assets of Coffee Health Group in Florence, Ala., in mid-2010, it pledged to seek state approval to build a replacement hospital for Eliza Coffee Memorial Hospital, which serves much of northwest Alabama.

In recent weeks, the for-profit hospital group made good on its promise, submitting a letter of intent to the State Health Planning and Development Agency to build a new 320-bed hospital, which would be called the North Alabama Medical Center.

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