North Alabama Medical Center opened the doors of its brand new 485,000-square-foot, 263-bed facility on Thursday, December 6, following a carefully orchestrated and detailed move that was a year in the making. Twenty ambulances and a group of University of North Alabama nursing students assisted the staff of the hospital – formerly known as Eliza Coffee Memorial Hospital – in relocating patients to the new campus. The $230 million facility will bring increased access to high quality, state-of-the-art care for residents of northern Alabama and the surrounding region. For more on the move and NAMC’s first day of operation in the new facility, click here and here.
North Alabama Medical Center Celebrates Grand Opening of New Facility