Project Timeline

Phase one 2016–2017

  • The front door and lobby for the new Children’s Hospital.
  • Approximately 90,000 sq. ft. of new construction for pediatric imaging, lab services, pharmacy, and pediatric specialty clinics such as cardiology, neurology, genetics, gastroenterology, orthopaedics and more.
  • A newly constructed building located on Third Street across from the main Erlanger facilities.
  • The front entrance will feature an authentic steam engine built in 1891, the same year Erlanger was founded, from the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum.
  • Each floor will be uniquely themed, interactive discovery centers to engage children and distract them from their illnesses.
  • Clinical areas designed with kids and parents in mind to relieve anxiety.
  • All imaging technology and equipment will be child-sized and safe for kids.

phase two 2017–2019

  • Approximately 360,000 sq. ft. of new construction.
  • The new Children’s Inpatient Building seamlessly connected to the Children’s Outpatient Center on Third Street, across from the main Erlanger.
  • All new, expanded Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), connected to Children’s Hospital by a bridge.
  • The new Women’s Hospital providing labor and delivery.