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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- Ground was broken Thursday for a new tower that's part of Norton Suburban Hospital's transformation into a women and children's hospital.
The Dutchmans Lane facility will feature a redesigned neonatal intensive care unit and a Breast Health Center. It will also have four pediatric operating rooms and a pediatric emergency room, as well as a renovated adult E.R. It will also have units dedicated to treating migraines and eating disorders.
The facility is being called Norton Women's Hospital. The pediatric area will be called Kosair Children's Hospital -- St. Matthews.
The renovated hospital is also supposed to have a floor plan described as "spacious" and "open," with plenty of natural light and green spaces.
Norton Healthcare says patient care won't be affected while renovations are underway. And it stresses that the hospital will continue to serve men for emergency and inpatient care, cancer treatments, outpatient surgery, and other procedures.
The renovations are expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2014.