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(Spokane, WA)  --  A new 100-bed psychiatric hospital is to be built in Spokane, following approval by the Washington State Department of Health.  The "Spokesman-Review" reports the new facility is slated to open next year on the campus of Sacred Heart Medical Center, and will serve patients age five and older.  The health department recently gave approval for construction of a new 120-bed psychiatric hospital in Tacoma and a 72-bed facility in Vancouver, Washington, both of which will serve adult patients.

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