Work is expected to begin later this year on the building of a new downtown Colorado Springs outpatient clinic that will be a part of the growing Children’s Hospital Colorado.
The new clinic is part of a larger $20 million in facility expansions and new construction by Children’s Hospital which also includes building more than 40 new rooms on its campus at 4125 Briargate Parkway.
The new downtown Children’s Hospital clinic will measure around 8,500 square feet and will be built at 421 S. Tejon Street.
The clinic will provide a variety of services from cardiology and orthopedics, to neurology and diagnostic imaging.
An additional Children’s Hospital project will see the building a 25,000 square foot clinic offering pediatric developmental and behavioral health services at 2375 Telstar Drive in north Colorado Springs.
Responding to a rapidly increasing demand, Children’s Hospital opened a 294,000 square foot all-purpose hospital last spring on the north campus of the UC Health Memorial Hospital.
Based in Aurora, the non-profit Children’s Hospital Colorado saw revenues of more than $91 million in the first three months of last year. It was also recognized last year by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top children’s hospitals in the nation.
By Garry Boulard
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