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Pennsylvanias Bryn Mawr Hospital Plans $200 Million Modernization

Pennsylvanias Bryn Mawr Hospital Plans $200 Million Modernization



Pennsylvanias Bryn Mawr Hospital Plans $200 Million Modernization




Bryn Mawr Hospital

Estimated Cost:

$200 Million



Bryn Mawr Hospital (BMH), part of Main Line Health (MLH) plans to modernize the Hospital campus with an investement of $200 Million. It is 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. The new Campus Master Plan includes a five-story, 203,000 square foot patient pavilion which is comprised of 12 replacement operating rooms in a state-of-the-art surgical suite, renovations to the Warden Lobby (the main Hospital entrance), and 72 replacement patient rooms (54 medical/surgical beds and 18 critical care beds). The building will be erected in the center of the campus, taking the place of the Clothier Building and Medical Office Building South.

A parallel project to the $200 Million Modernization Project is the construction of a new medical office building (MOB) by a private, national developer to construct a 100,000 square foot MOB located on Bryn Mawr Avenue for multi-specialty clinician offices. The MOB project also involves two levels to be added to the Bryn Mawr Avenue parking garage.

Groundbreaking for the medical office building will begin in the fall of 2015 with completion in the fall of 2016. Groundbreaking for the new patient pavilion and other Hospital renovations will begin the summer of 2016 and will be completed by winter 2018.