HealthSouth To Expand, Renovate 42-Year-Old Rehabilitation Hospital

Lakeshore Rehabilitation plans to triple the number of private beds at the facility and increase the square footage by 40 percent.

HealthSouth Corporation (Birmingham, Ala.) plans to begin work in early 2016 to expand and renovate Lakeshore Rehabilitation Hospital in Birmingham, Ala. Firm Gresham, Smith and Partners (Nashville, Tenn.) has been chosen to provide architectural and interior design services on the project, which is expected to finish in the first quarter of 2019.read more

Lakeshore Rehabilitation plans to triple the number of private beds at the facility and increase the square footage by 40 percent.

HealthSouth Corporation (Birmingham, Ala.) plans to begin work in early 2016 to expand and renovate Lakeshore Rehabilitation Hospital in Birmingham, Ala. Firm Gresham, Smith and Partners (Nashville, Tenn.) has been chosen to provide architectural and interior design services on the project, which is expected to finish in the first quarter of 2019.

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