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St. Luke's to branch out

By NANCY SARNOFF

Copyright 2007 Houston Chronicle

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St. Luke's Episcopal Health System is planning to build a hospital on this vacant lot in Webster.

St. Luke's Episcopal Health System is planning a hospital in Webster, a major addition to what area leaders call "the Medical Center of the south."

The multistory facility, which is expected to have about 170 beds, is being called St. Luke's Clear Lake Hospital and will be developed by Medistar Corp., a Houston-based medical real estate developer.

For St. Luke's, the hospital is part of its strategy to expand into the suburbs to better serve patients who live in the area's outer reaches.

The hospital system also has facilities in The Woodlands, which it is expanding, and one in Sugar Land is under construction.

A group of physicians will own 49 percent of the Webster hospital, which the developer said could be expanded by two floors and will cost up to $160 million to build.

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/business/5118161.html

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What is up with stopping construction on a project that is this far along? How can you not have your financing committed by now? SLEH is stupid to have tied their star to this group. I hope they work it out quickly. I feel sorry for the contractors and vendors that are left hanging.

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