August 2, 2012

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A new hospital to replace the current Weed Army Community Hospital facility is set for completion in 2015. The new hospital will be a state-of-the-art medical facility that will serve the 15,000 service members, family members, and retirees in the Fort Irwin and High Desert areas. It will be the first carbon-neutral hospital in the Department of Defense, meaning it will generate more power than it will use through an array of solar panels. The project has been delayed by four months due to environmental requirements.




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