Bryn Mawr Hospital planning $200 million modernization

Positioning hospital for evolving community health needs, campus modernization project includes new Patient Pavilion

(Bryn Mawr, Pa.) – Bryn Mawr Hospital (BMH), part of Main Line Health (MLH), has received tentative sketch plan approval from Lower Merion Township Board of Commissioners for a $200 million campus master plan to modernize the hospital campus, the most significant facility improvement in its more than 120-year existence and the second largest capital investment in Main Line Health history. The modernization project will include a new patient pavilion, as well as renovations to the labor/delivery and maternity units. Once completed in 2018, the hospital will be equipped with all private patient rooms, contemporary facilities and advanced technology to support the evolving needs of the community.

“Part of our mission at Main Line Health is to continually and responsibly reinvest in the communities we serve to ensure that access to both wellness resources and superior patient care is readily available to all,” said Jack Lynch, president and CEO of MLH. “For more than 120 years, Bryn Mawr Hospital has been serving the health needs of its community—this modernization project reinforces our commitment to serve as stewards of health and wellness by ensuring BMH is positioned to provide preventive services and advanced technology and treatment options for well into the future.”

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