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After weathering financial woes that had threatened to halt all or some of its construction projects, Parkland Health & Hospital System has expanded its neonatal intensive care unit to include a new six-bed area for low-birth-weight babies needing long-term care.
The 900-square-foot addition to Parkland's 72-bed unit was completed last month and is now accepting patients. The project, which was part of Parkland's budget for last year, includes new floors and light coves.
"This is for those babies out of immediate danger and who need a less-intensive environment," said Bill Walther Jr., vice president of …