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September 30, 2015

Norwalk Hospital marks $125M expansion project

Norwalk Hospital held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday to celebrate the largest expansion project in its history with 95,000 square feet of new construction and 35,000 square feet of renovations in its new outpatient facility, the Anne P. and Harold W. McGraw Jr. Center.

The expansion cost $125 million, according to a report in The Hour in Norwalk.

The McGraw Center includes the new Bauer Emergency Care Center; C. Anthony and Jean Whittingham Cancer Center; James F. Guthrie, MD Center for Digestive Diseases; Ambulatory Surgery Center; and Christian J. and Eva W. Trefz Lobby.

The project was made possible through a $10 million gift in memory of their parents from Harold W. “Terry” McGraw III, Robert “Bob” McGraw, Suzanne “Sue” McGraw and the Harold W. McGraw Jr. Family Foundation, according to a news release.

Norwalk Hospital is a regional teaching hospital serving residents of southwestern Connecticut and adjacent New York. The 328-bed acute care, not-for-profit hospital offers cardiovascular, cancer, orthopedic, neurologic and digestive disease.

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