Planned Banner Health hospital will have up to 192 beds
The development plans for the parcel near Harmony Road and Lady Moon Drive were submitted this week, a big step forward in the process of building Fort Collins' newest hospital.
The ultimate project is a 294,000-square-foot, 192-bed hospital and a 30,000-square-foot, 12-physician specialty outpatient Health Center, Banner said in documents filed with the city.
Another 40,000-square-foot outpatient building will allow for future growth and "support the hospital with additional physician services that will compliment this campus," the Arizona-based company said in the filings.
Also planned is a heliport, an 800-foot-by-80-foot concrete pad where helicopters will be allowed to land for only a limited time to pick up and drop off patients.
"With incremental growth that is flexible, this facility will be able to keep up with emerging healthcare trends and remain a state-of-the-art facility for years to come," the paperwork said.
Approximately 130 Banner Health staff members will be employed at the hospital during Phase 1.
At build-out, approximately 714 people will
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