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MercyOne pushes back opening date for behavioral health facility


Dirt began moving on Monday at the site of the new Clive Behavioral Health hospital, more than three months after the health system held a ceremonial groundbreaking ceremony for the new facility at 1450 N.W. 114th St. Additional time was needed to complete the sale of the land as well as executing the leasing and construction agreements, according to Sandy Swanson, MercyOne vice president of planning and business development. The planned 100-bed behavioral health hospital, with an estimated project cost of $30 million, is a joint partnership between MercyOne and Universal Health Services, a Pennsylvania-based company that operates more than 350 inpatient acute care hospitals and behavioral health facilities. MercyOne spokesman Gregg Lagan said expected completion of the project, which had been July 2020, has been pushed back to September 2020, with a planned opening in November 2020. MercyOne on Monday announced its selection of Mary Sparks Thompson as the facility’s CEO. 

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