Regents approve $95 million Medical Arts and Research Center
The MARC will serve the South Texas area by providing numerous specialists and offering programs that are being developed in conjunction with the University Health System, which includes the Health Science Centerís primary teaching hospital.
The new building will cost approximately $95 million and is expected to be completed in late 2008. It will be housed in the heart of the South Texas Medical Center, across the street from the Health Science Centerís Childrenís Cancer Research Institute.
"This is one of the most important initiatives the Health Science Center has undertaken," Dr. Cigarroa said. "It is a project that is in alignment with our strategic plans and with our long-range goals for the continued success of this academic health center. It will be a state-of-the-art facility and it will say Ďfirst-class medicineí in every aspect."
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