Gov. Robert Bentley addresses attendees at a celebration of the future of Trinity Medical Center's new Highway 280 medical facility, to be named Grandview Medical Center. (PHOTO by Savannah Kidd, Alabama's 13)
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Information about Grandview Medical Center, the Trinity Medical Center hospital which will open in the former HealthSouth Digital Hospital location in 2014.
BIRMINGHAM, AL -
The new Trinity Hospital on Highway 280 will be named Grandview Medical Center.
A celebration of the new facility took place in Birmingham Wednesday morning. Gov. Robert Bentley and Community Health Systems Chairman President and CEO Wayne Smith were on hand to celebrate the hospital's new future.
The celebration event themed "The Future of Healthcare in Birmingham," featured Community and Health Systems Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Wayne T. Smith, who premiered the Grandview name and logo to a crowd of state and local elected officials, business leaders and area residents.
"The new name positions the campus and all the inpatient, outpatient and office-based services that will be provided here with a unique and synergistic opportunity to become a regional healthcare destination of choice," said Trinity Medical Center President & CEO Keith Granger.
Granger also emphasized that Trinity will continue under its existing name as long as it operates on the Montclair Road campus.
The hospital is located on a 65-acre campus, and with the hospital's completion now certain, several additional projects are anticipated on the campus, including physician office buildings and other healthcare spaces.
The hospital is currently undergoing preparation and pre-construction work. It is expected to open early 2016.
To learn more about Grandview Medical Center visit here.