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Public Announcement Concerning a Proposed Health Care Project

Mass General Brigham Incorporated (“Applicant”) located at 800 Boylston Street, Suite 1150, Boston, MA 02199 intends to file a Notice of Determination of Need (“Application”) with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health for a substantial capital expenditure and substantial change in service by Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital (“BWFH”) located at 1153 Centre Street, Boston, MA 02130. This Application includes the following: (A) construction of a 5-story addition to BWFH’s existing hospital facility that will contain the following: (1) 78 additional medical/surgical beds; (2) an 8-bed observation unit; (3) relocated and expanded endoscopy services, including one additional procedure room; (4) a magnetic resonance imaging (“MRI”) unit and certain relocated radiology services; and (5) shell space for future build out to accommodate clinical services; and (B) other renovation projects to improve existing services and facilities at the BWFH main campus (collectively, the “Proposed Project”). The total value of the Proposed Project based on the maximum capital expenditure is $150,098,582. The Applicant does not anticipate any price or service impacts on the Applicant’s existing Patient Panel as a result of the Proposed Project. Any ten Taxpayers of Massachusetts may register in connection with the intended Application by no later than February 20, 2021 or 30 days from the Filing Date, whichever is later, by contacting the Department of Public Health, Determination of Need Program, 250 Washington Street, 6th Floor, Boston, MA 02108.

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