NHRMC starts work on new outpatient cardiology building
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — New Hanover Regional Medical Center has begun construction on a new medical office building that will house some of the hospital’s cardiology and imaging services.
The building should be done by next june. It will be three stories and about 62,000 square feet.
The project will cost around $14 million and will be funded from the hospital’s capital budget.
It will be built on 8.24 acres of land on Physicians Drive, alongside the new SECU Family House at New Hanover Regional Medical Center, which will begin construction this fall.