A rendering of the hospital. Text reads, "We have some BIG plans for the future."

Maury Regional Health announced the launch of an extensive $115 million facility improvement plan to enhance patient care and experience on June 30, 2023. This will be the first major construction project at Maury Regional Medical Center in approximately 20 years to enhance the patient experience and expand access to care.

As more patients continue to choose Maury Regional Health for their care, we are recruiting physicians to support growing service lines, offering additional services and expanding our facilities to meet the changing needs of our community.

Maury Regional Medical Center Facility Improvement Plan

  • New floors for high acuity patient care and future expansion.
  • The Emergency Department will be fully renovated and expanded with 10 additional treatment areas for a total of 48.
  • The medical center will also complete renovations in the main inpatient surgical unit and add at least four new outpatient surgical suites in the Pavilion along with a new central sterile processing department.
  • The childbirth floor will expand to accommodate a growing number of births.
  • The cafeteria on the ground floor and café on the first floor will undergo full renovations.
  • Exterior upgrades will be completed to modernize the façade and create a new drive-through lane separating traffic from the drop-off area at the main entrance to enhance safety.
  • The Heart Center, which recently upgraded two cardiac catheterization labs, will have expanded procedural areas following the relocation of cardiac rehabilitation to a more accessible area on campus.
  • Maury Regional Health will also establish a health park in Lawrenceburg to provide primary care and a physician specialist clinic. 
  • New color palettes and finishes will be utilized throughout the project timeline.

Maury Regional Health has selected Wold Architects & Engineers as the design firm. Wold is a full-service design firm focused on sustainable architecture and engineering for education, government, health care and senior living communities.