Alberta Health Services buys land for $36-million pharmaceutical centre

Friday, November 23, 2018

EDMONTON JOURNAL  Alberta Health Services has earmarked land in the city’s northwest for a $36-million pharmaceutical centre.

It’s part of a larger $66-million project to centralize medication preparation and distribution for hospitals, said a Wednesday news release.

The construction of the 3,700-square-metre facility will be accompanied by the expansion of a production facility in Calgary and the redevelopment of five regional hubs.  Read full article.

Category: Provincial

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