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Liliha hospital to serve elderly

A $10 million effort will turn part of the campus, closed since 2012, into a skilled-nursing facility

By Kristen Consillio

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 31, 2013

~~<p>More than 16 months after its closing, St. Francis Healthcare System of Hawaii has settled on a plan for its former hospital in Li&shy;liha.</p>
<p>St. Francis will announce at a news conference today that it is investing $10 million to convert three floors of the Li&shy;liha campus into a 100-bed skilled-nursing facility, a first step to an envisioned long-term care campus for Hawaii&rsquo;s growing number of seniors.</p>
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More than 16 months after its closing, St. Francis Healthcare System of Hawaii has settled on a plan for its former hospital in Li­liha.

St. Francis will announce at a news conference today that it is investing $10 million to convert three floors of the Li­liha campus into a 100-bed skilled-nursing facility, a first step to an envisioned long-term care campus for Hawaii’s growing number of seniors. Login for more...



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