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GHS Trustees Approve Budget, Will Add 500 Jobs

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Greenville Health System approved a $1.8 billion total operating revenue budget that adds nearly 500 new jobs. Greenville Health System approved a $1.8 billion total operating revenue budget that adds nearly 500 new jobs.
GREENVILLE, S.C. -
Greenville Health System approved a $1.8 billion total operating revenue budget that adds nearly 500 new jobs.  

The hospital system reports there is no price increase as part of the budget, which was approved by the GHS board of trustees at its meeting on Tuesday.

GHS is the county's largest employer with nearly 12,000 employees. GHS plans to add the new jobs throughout the system throughout fiscal year 2014.

The majority of the jobs will be nurses, physicians and mid-level providers, and clinical support staff in both inpatient and outpatient units as well as in primary care, surgical and behavioral health practices. 

GHS will invest more than $224 million in multiple projects to be completed over the next four years. 

The hospital reports that includes the renovation of intensive care units at Greenville Memorial, infrastructure updates for Marshall I. Pickens Hospital, a medical office building for pediatric practices in Spartanburg and the replacement of linear accelerators located at the GHS Cancer Institute.

The new budget goes into effect on October 1.

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