A multi-million dollar expansion project is announced at the University of Rochester Medical Center.
This is the largest investment the hospital has made since it opened in 1926.
It's called the P.R.I.S.M. project and it stands for pediatric, replacement and imaging science and modernization.
It means Strong Hospital is going to go through a major upgrade.
Right now, long waits in the emergency room and a lack of bed space for children and adults is staggering at Strong.
Last year alone, the hospital had to turn patients away who need specialized care 650 times.
The P.R.I.S.M. project will build a six floor tower where not only Golisano Children's Hospital will be housed but imaging services too.
This will add 123 beds at a time when space is critical.