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Photo: Drs. Sangita Basnet, Giovanna Caprirolo, Ramzi Nicolas, Douglas Carlson, Robert Abrams and Beau Batton

A groundbreaking ceremony for the new HSHS St. John's Hospital Outpatient Center for Women and Children brought out officials, community leaders and construction equipment on June 27. The new four-story facility will house providers from SIU Medicine and the HSHS Medical Group. It will be located across 9th St. from St. John's Children's Hospital and is estimated to be completed in summer 2018.

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New HSHS St. John's Outpatient Center for Women and Children

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