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Published on Jun 15, 2011
Northland Emergency Center at North Kansas City Hospital begins a $16 million expansion project that will provide all private rooms, renovate space, redesign the flow of patient services and include a dedicated CT scanner for emergency care when completed in February 2013. Construction on the Northland Emergency Center will enlarge the area from the current size of 18,000 sf to a new total of 30,800 sf. The number of treatment rooms will remain at 42 but the rooms will be larger and most will allow for natural light. Currently, the Northland Emergency center is one of the busiest ED's in the Kansas City area. Patient visits numbered over 65,000 last year. With the expansion, the new area is designed to accomodate over 80,000 patient visits.