U of North Carolina's $32M outpatient development approved — 6 insights

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services approved Chapel Hill-based UNC Health Care's $32 million proposal to build a pair of outpatient clinics, the Triangle Business Journal reports.

Here's what you should know:

1. UNC will construct a $24.8 million outpatient clinic in Chapel Hill.

2. The 150,000-square-feet clinic will be complete by April 2020, administrators said.

3. The Chapel Hill-based clinic will offer outpatient imaging, cardiology and urology services.

4. The state also approved UNC's request to build a $6.9 million outpatient clinic in Raleigh, N.C.

5. The clinic will house several outpatient pediatric specialty clinics. Existing practices could move into the space as soon as July 2019.

6. The expanded space is expected to accommodate greater patient volumes.

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