SAN FRANCISCO, May 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Sutter Health today announced the June 3
Physicians and clinicians affiliated with SPMF, the Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) and California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) will occupy five floors. Private physicians will lease space on floors 7-10. Among the practice areas: advanced organ therapy (including transplant services), women's services, medical and surgical specialty clinics, neurosciences, and cardiovascular services. In addition to a 383-spot underground parking garage, a Walgreens pharmacy is located on the street level. Lab and imaging facilities will be available by July 15. A 125-foot-long, staff-only tunnel connects the MOB with the hospital, completing the new medical campus community.
"Sutter's Van Ness and Geary medical office building is designed to enhance convenience and access to high-quality care, as well as create an exceptional experience for patients, their families and friends," said Kelvin Lam, M.D., Interim CEO for SPMF San Francisco and Marin. "The opening of this modern and centrally-located facility adds another world-class, multi-specialty healthcare center to the Sutter portfolio. This medical office building incorporates a powerful healing environment with an integrated continuum of services to support the community for decades to come."
A truly integrated healthcare network
Sutter's integrated care model allows patients to access primary care in local neighborhoods and higher level specialty care at the new MOB and at other care centers throughout the Bay Area. The CPMC Van Ness hospital serves as the hub for all consolidated inpatient facilities and outpatient services. With the completion of the MOB, the campus knits together hospital and emergency services, affiliated medical offices and specialty outpatient services including convenient underground parking for patients.
The Sutter Health Newborn Connections program will be occupying space on the entry level of the building. From perinatal classes and lactation services to breastfeeding and baby supplies, Newborn Connections provides expecting families with a range of support from pregnancy to parenthood.
"We've been looking forward to the 'birth' of this vibrant space to provide families with easy access to all of CPMC's Newborn Connections classes and services," said Paula Sulkis, supervisor of the Newborn Connections program. "With Sutter's new CPMC Van Ness Campus hospital located directly across the street, the need for mom, baby and new families to pop in and out of multiple facilities all over town just to make their appointments is eliminated."
Designed to achieve LEED Silver certification, the MOB was constructed and operates in an environmentally conscious way.
The building will feature:
By the numbers
The medical office building features the following services from the Sutter Health Network:
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