New C.S. Mott Children's Hospital to hold public open house on Sunday
It will be the first, and likely last, chance the public gets to explore the 12 floor, 1.1 million-square-foot facility. The hospital is replacing the current Mott building, which was built in 1969 and is now considered antiquated.
The new hospital is the most expensive endeavor in U-M history and one of the costliest projects in the state.
The open house will include several family-friendly events, including a scavenger hunt for children and visits with therapy dogs.
AnnArbor.com has covered the hospital extensively, so before you stop by Sunday's event, read some of our comprehensive coverage.
- 'Largest and most sophisticated project in campus history': U-M nears completion of new hospital
- C.S. Mott's legacy: Philanthropist 'would not be disappointed' by U-M's new children's hospital
- Mott Hospital reveals picturesque new views of Ann Arbor
- University of Michigan's new hospital improves birthing experience for mothers
- New Mott Hospital, pediatric cancer unit boast tight ties to Michigan football legends
- Technological upgrades define University of Michigan's new Mott Hospital
- More room, more privacy and an indoor playground: How the new Mott Hospital improves the patient experience
- Images from the media tour of the new C.S. Mott Children's Hospital
- A timeline of University of Michigan's C.S. Mott Children's Hospital and Women's Hospital
- Big Bird's big move: Beloved icon of C.S. Mott Children's Hospital settles into new home
- Mobilizing Mott: 5 years to build, 12 hours to move new U-M hospital