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FORT WORTH-Cook Children’s Medical Center plans to add a six-story tower at its Fort Worth complex.

The Star-Telegram reports that the hospital will build on the South side of its campus, adding a new emergency department, 12 operating rooms and a heart center, and that the total cost will be in the neighborhood of $350 million for the three-year project. Included in the plans, Cook Children’s will also build an urgent-care center at Rosedale Street and Sixth Avenue. The upper two floors of the 314,000-square-foot tower will be left unfinished for further expansion.

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