-- Footprint: The new four-level hospital is 168,000 square feet.
-- Rooms: 74 private patient rooms, including 14 in intensive care and 60 medical/surgical rooms, plus six operating rooms and 27 emergency and trauma services rooms.
-- Other features include catheterization labs and diagnostic imaging, an ambulatory care unit, a multifaith chapel, gift shop, coffee shop, restaurant, RV parking and a main 500-foot public corridor that stretches across the hospital to make navigation easier.
-- Price tag: $100 million, plus $22 million for new equipment.
What's happening Tuesday
Emergency department services are switching July 15 from the original Trios hospital on South Auburn Street in Kenne-wick to the new Trios Southridge Hospital.
At 7 a.m., the Southridge emergency department will go live, as the Auburn Street ER turns off it lights before reopening later in the morning as urgent care.
The Southridge facility will be Trios' main hospital, with in-patient services from the ER to surgery and intensive care. And the Auburn Street building will become the Trios Women's and Children's Hospital, which will include a birthing center and pediatrics.