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Saint Barnabas Breaks Ground on Historic Project

Nicolas Saraceno, May 15, 2015 Download PDF
LIVINGSTON, NJ – Saint Barnabas Medical Center broke ground Wednesday afternoon on one of its largest building projects in recent years, a $250 million West Wing Expansion that is expected to be completed in 2017. The edifice will increase the size of the hospital by 225,000 square feet.
The five-story pavilion, which will be known as the Cooperman Family Pavilion, is named for Toby and Leon Cooperman, who donated $25 million to the project last year—the largest one-time donation a hospital has ever received in the nation. The pavilion is expected to include 114 private rooms, services ranging from noninvasive cardiology to an endoscopy lab and a brand-new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). The structure will also encompass a parking garage.
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