New Jersey’s Deborah hospital marks centennial with new expansion

The Deborah Heart and Lung Center in Brown Mills, New Jersey, will mark its 100th anniversary with a multimillion-dollar expansion project. Photo courtesy Deborah Heart and Lung Center

The Deborah Heart and Lung Center (Deborah) in Brown Mills, New Jersey, will celebrate its 100th anniversary with a multimillion-dollar expansion project.

DEBORAH100: The Project will bring a reimagined patient experience to the hospital, with all aspects of construction focused on patient privacy, comfort and care, access to cutting-edge technology, and accommodations for families who remain a key support in a patient’s hospital journey.

The new construction includes a three-story addition on top of existing hospital space, with a total of 36 private patient rooms, 18 of which will be critical care. One floor will be dedicated to staff and other uses. The project will give the hospital a total of 95 licensed beds.

After the construction phase is completed, the remaining double-occupancy rooms in the hospital will be renovated into private rooms. Additional plans include upgrades to the hospital’s cardiac catheterization labs, a new pharmacy clean-room, new robotic technology in the electrophysiology labs, and respite lounges for staff.

The project is timed to coincide with the hospital’s centennial celebration next year.

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