Construction begins on $14M Randolph Community College Allied Health Center

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On Aug. 23, Randolph Community College in Asheboro held a ground-breaking ceremony for the new Allied Health Center, the Courier Tribune reports.

The college is building a two-story, 45,000-sq.-ft. facility that will be home to the associate degree in nursing, radiography, medical assisting and emergency medical services programs.

The $14.5-million project calls for the construction of an L-shaped building that will be equipped with video capture capabilities. The facility will be equipped with a simulated health care community, a simulated hospital with an ICU room, a maternity room, nursing stations, radiography labs, exam rooms and much more. It will also be home to a simulated apartment for home health care and for emergency services training, according to the Tribune.

The architect for the building is Little Diversified Architectural Consulting, while the general contractor is Charlotte-based Clancy and Theys Construction Co.

Construction – which is starting August 27 – will take approximately 18 months to complete. The RCC plans a ribbon cutting in early 2020.


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