Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center, Las Vegas, held a grand opening earlier this month to dedicate a new tower featuring an expanded trauma and emergency department.

According to an article in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the expansion includes a new ambulance bay that can serve up to 17 ambulances. Reporter Mary Hynes writes: “A new helipad supports total maximum takeoff weight of 22,000 pounds, meaning it could land a Black Hawk or Chinook helicopter. With 36 private intensive care unit rooms and a 36-bed inpatient surgical unit, Sunrise Hospital has grown its capacity to 762 beds.”

The 182,000-square-foot expansion is the centerpiece of Sunrise Hospital’s $200 million, multi-phase campus expansion. Construction on the $131 million new tower took two years.