VA opts to raze damaged hospital

de Lafuente, Della; Weissenstein, Eric
March 1994
Modern Healthcare;3/21/94, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on the United States Department of Veterans Affairs' decision to demolish its quake-damaged inpatient hospital at the Sepulveda, California VA Medical Center. Replacement for the demolished inpatient hospital; Amount allotted for tearing down the hospital; Damage caused by the earthquake to the hospital; Cost of reconstruction and seismic refitting.


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