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Dignity Health plans $220 million ‘facelift,’ including better signage, ‘refreshed surroundings,’ and a ‘way-finding’ app
San Francisco Business Times

Dignity Health, one of the nation’s biggest health care systems with 39 hospitals in three states, plans to spend $220 million over the next 16 months to recognize “the role that the physical environment” has on health and how patients, families and visitors experience their hospital stays.

Details are sketchy, but officials said Monday that the San Francisco-based system expects to complete the systemwide “facelift” by December of 2016.