Mayo Clinic,  a six-state network, plans to  spend $92.7 million on facilities and equipment that includes more private rooms  at Mayo’s Rochester, Minn., main campus, better roads near its hospital in Florida and a new airplane for transporting patients.

The plan to add to the number of private rooms  so that all patient rooms on the campus are private is part of a pattern across America of adding to patient amenities in a time of increasing competition among hospitals.

Amy Williams, M.D.,  told the Minneapolis Star Tribune that “All rooms would be private rooms with private showers and private bathrooms, and [would be] much bigger so that family members could stay overnight in the room with the patient.”

Also part of the plan is that Mayo will build two “hybrid” operating rooms in Rochester that combine surgery with radiology imaging for less-invasive operations.