Grace Medical Center Campus Transformation Continues


LifeBridge Health is one step closer to realizing the complete transformation of Grace Medical Center after hosting a celebration and demolition event this spring to signify the next phase of renovations for the West Baltimore medical facility and its campus.

The event included a ceremonial demolition and the unveiling of an in-progress rendering of the new22,000-square-foot outpatient behavioral health facility. The rendering also includes improvements to be made to the façade of the newly renovated medical building. 

Since the acquisition by LifeBridge Health in November 2019, Grace Medical Center has been transformed with a full facility renovation, including a new state-of-the-art emergency department, operating rooms, primary and specialty care clinics, and more.

These renovations cleared the way for this next phase: the demolition of the original Bon Secours Hospital and connecting buildings in preparation for the construction of a new outpatient behavioral health facility and greenspace, projected to be completed by the end of 2023. 

It’s amazing how far we’ve come in just a short time,” says Rebecca Altman, chief operating officer of Sinai Hospital and Grace Medical Center and vice president at LifeBridge Health, “and we are so excited to begin the final phase of our Grace Medical Center transformation.” 

Demolition of the older buildings on the campus are expected to be completed in fall 2022, and new construction will begin in spring 2023. 

These improvements to Grace Medical Center demonstrate LifeBridge Health’s ongoing commitment to creating a healthier West Baltimore and providing the community with quality and compassionate healthcare services. LifeBridge Health estimates an $85 million investment for the full three-year transformation project, including bringing in additional medical specialties such as pediatrics, OB/GYN and ophthalmology, which are now available at Grace Medical Center. 

To schedule an appointment for these services, call 410-362-3400.

View the progress of the demolition and renovations as well as the virtual demolition
ceremony at