Jefferson Healthcare Continues Emergency and Specialty Services Building Project

The Port Townsend, Wash., provider is entering Phase 2 of its $21 million expansion.

Phase 2 is starting on Jefferson Healthcare’s new $21 million Emergency and Specialty Services Building project in Port Townsend, Wash.read more

The Port Townsend, Wash., provider is entering Phase 2 of its $21 million expansion.

Phase 2 is starting on Jefferson Healthcare’s new $21 million Emergency and Specialty Services Building project in Port Townsend, Wash.

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