The Trios Family Birth Center is officially coming to our Southridge Hospital campus! This has been made possible by a nearly $22 million investment from LifePoint Health. The new space will accommodate our Family Birth Center and Special Care Nursery and bring all of Trios' hospital services under one roof.
The approximately 23,376 square foot, two-story addition is being constructed above the 1st floor Surgery Department and connected at the second and third floors of the current Southridge Hospital. Approximately 9,970 square feet of existing space is also being renovated for the project.
“We are excited to officially begin construction on this addition to our Southridge campus, which will relocate our Family Birth Center from its current location at our previous campus on Auburn Street to our new hospital, which opened in 2014,” said John Solheim, Chief Executive Officer at Trios Health. “We are taking another exciting step in advancing our mission of Making Communities Healthier, and we look forward to seeing this important project come to fruition. We are grateful for LifePoint’s substantial investment in our organization and community through this project.”
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In the News
Trios Health to build $22 million birthing center tower in Kennewick - Tri-City Herald, Feb. 13, 2021
Trios Health to relocate birthing center with new addition at Southridge Campus - KEPR TV, March 2, 2021
New $22M Trios birthing center speeds up plans for recovery center - Tri-Cities Journal of Business, March 2021
Here are $50+ of Tri-Cities hospital construction, expansion projects underway - Tri-City Herald, March 8, 2021
Lourdes Health and Trios Health: Dedicated to 'Making Communities Healthier' - Tri-City Herald, April 30, 2021
Trios Health Family Birthing Center Progressing - Tri-City Regional Chamber Newsletter, May 26, 2021
Trios birthing center project tops out - Tri-Cities Journal of Business, June 2021