UM plans for addition to hospital in 2024

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The University of Michigan's hospital is said to open an innovative $920 million medical center. This center is specialized for patients needing the most complicated care and is said to "transform inpatient and surgical care". This 12-story building with 264 private rooms will "increase access to the world class care" provided by the University of Michigan hospitals. Even though this new medical center is an incredible addition to the University's hospital and will provide many patients with the best care possible, are there negatives to this introduction? With there already being so much construction currently throughout Ann Arbor, how are residents going to react? Is there anything else they could do?