Szott will take a tour and visit patients at the Bristol-Myers Squibb
Children's Hospital at Robert Wood Johnson University.
The 1.8 million building is expected to open in the summer of 2003.
Architectural plans call for a 9,000 square foot, three story New England
colonial style building with a gabled roof and wraparound porch. In
addition, the new House will feature six private rooms with private
bathrooms and will offer guests a dining room, kitchen playroom, living
room, library and an outdoor playground.
The Ronald McDonald House will be built on a half-acre parcel donated by the
hospital on Somerset Street, one block from the Bristol-Myers Squibb
Children's Hospital at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, a 70-bed
hospital that opened two years ago, providing more than 40 pediatric
specialties in a child friendly environment.
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