The University of South Alabama is breaking ground for a medical building that will “transform medicine,” the university announced. The construction of the facility is projected to cost $200 million.
“This facility will offer our future students the most advanced learning and research opportunities anywhere in the country,” said USA President Jo Bonner. “It will transform medicine to the unique needs of our community while educating and training the next generation of providers.”
Gov. Kay Ivey emphasized the potential of the state-of-the-art medical building.