It's no secret that there haven't been many new hospitals constructed in this country over the last decade. The national total of acute care facilities has been in decline since the 1980s, a victim of increased outpatient treatment, budget cutbacks and managed care pressures. So you tend to listen closely when you're told Seattle's Swedish Medical Center is putting the finishing touches on a new hospital and medical services building out in the fast-growing ...

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