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Construction Begins on Denver Health’s Pavilion M

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In July, Denver Health broke ground on its newest health-care facility, Pavilion M at 7th and Delaware streets in Denver.

The four-story, 78,000-sq-ft Pavilion M will include an outpatient dialysis center, an outpatient procedure center, enrollment services and a floor dedicated to inpatient and outpatient adolescent psychiatry.
Rendering courtesy of Heery International
The four-story, 78,000-sq-ft Pavilion M will include an outpatient dialysis center, an outpatient procedure center, enrollment services and a floor dedicated to inpatient and outpatient adolescent psychiatry.
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The four-story, 78,000-sq-ft facility, slated for completion in late 2011, will include an outpatient dialysis center, an outpatient procedure center, enrollment services and a floor dedicated to inpatient and outpatient adolescent psychiatry.

The 16-bed Inpatient Adolescent Psychiatric Unit will serve children and adolescents between 8 and 17 years old, and families dealing with significant emotional and behavioral issues.

Heery International is serving as the architect on the design-build project being led by Mortenson Construction of Denver.

 

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