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Sneak peek of Tacoma General's new Birth Center, expanded NICU
An open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1 gave visitors a sneak peek at the new Family Birth Center, expanded Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for premature babies, and new inpatient rooms in Rainier Pavilion, next to Wright Park at South Fourth and South I streets.
If you are pregnant or thinking about having a baby, this was a chance to preview the areas where you’ll share your first moments with your newborn.
Details: Learn more about the new building.
The seven-story, 115,929-square-foot Rainier Pavilion is part of a $192 million project to expand services for women, newborns and children at Tacoma General Hospital and Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital in Tacoma, Wash.
Since the founding of Tacoma’s first hospital in 1882, MultiCare’s history has been defined by the ability to respond to the health care needs of our community. The early hospital’s growth was attributed to many of the same issues that drive today’s decisions: higher standards for safety, better technology for patients, and increased comfort and privacy for families.