CHICAGO — Detroit-area hospitals plan to spend up to $1.3 billion on capital projects over the next several years in the hopes of creating a medical industry to help replace the city’s vanishing manufacturing base, according to a new report.

The bulk of the spending would come from the city’s two main health care providers, the Detroit Medical Center and the Henry Ford Health System. Nearly all the funding would be spent on facilities located in the city itself.

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