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HonorHealth recently held two topping ceremonies to mark construction milestones in their $170 million expansion of HonorHealth Deer Valley Medical Center.

Team members signed the final steel beams before placement on the first two phases in the project. The one-story, nearly 23,000 square foot Support Services building will include a larger loading dock, dedicated entrance, and a tunnel leading to Pavilion 1. This new addition will improve the overall efficiency of the medical center.

The second phase includes a two-story, 14,000 square foot expansion of the surgical area to add four new operating rooms and additional lab space with proximity to the emergency department. Both phases will be completed this year.

“We are thrilled to see the progress of our expansion project at HonorHealth Deer Valley Medical Center,” says administrator Matt Morgan. “These new buildings will greatly enhance our ability to provide high-quality care to our patients and improve the overall experience for our caregivers. We are grateful to all our team members and clinicians who continue to provide exceptional care in the middle of a major construction project.”

The final phase will include a new four-story 166,000 square foot tower with new patient rooms and the expansion and renovation of key departments such as nutrition services, laboratory, and pharmacy services. HonorHealth Deer Valley Medical Center’s campus expansion, slated for completion in 2025, will better serve the growing needs of communities near the I-17 and Loop 101 interchange.

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