Sunday, February 10, 2013
Although stages of construction could have been made more patient-friendly, there is no doubt that all the redevelopment and expansion is worth the temporary inconvenience. Surrey, the second largest city in BC, desperately needed an upgrade to its shabby health care facilities.
The project will cost well over $500 million and is described in this way by the city, “A new, state-of-the art critical care tower, complete with a new emergency department, perinatal centre, inpatient beds, intensive care unit and academic space to be built at Surrey Memorial Hospital.”
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