PVH to raze original building as part of expansion
A 50,000-square-foot section of PVH near the corner of Lemay Avenue and Doctors Lane will be torn down and replaced with a 113,000-square-foot, two-story building that will allow the hospital to expand a range of services from infusion therapy to emergency-room services.
The plans come at a time when Poudre Valley Health System as a whole is expanding, incorporating new technologies and hiring new employees in droves. PVHS employs 4,300 at last count, and in March, treated its first two patients using a new radiosurgery technology that allows for fast, more precise image-guided technology.
PVHS is growing by forming new relationships as well, with a joint operating agreement with University of Colorado Hospital that will create a new entity called University of Colorado Health.
Together, the two institutions are making a play for Memorial Health System in Colorado Springs, placing a bid of $1.79 billion for a 40-year lease of the city-owned hospital system. The bid won over
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