Sutter Health Construction Projects
Multibillion Dollar Construction Effort UnderwayNot-for-profit Sutter Health has invested billions of dollars to expand access, improve facilities and install the latest patient safety technology and advanced medical equipment. In fact, our network has one of the largest hospital and care center construction, replacement and renovation programs in Northern California.
Since 2000 we’ve invested more than $11 billion to build and improve health care facilities and to purchase advanced patient care technology, including an electronic health record. Of that investment, we committed more than $7 billion to (direct) construction costs, which translates into creating or sustaining nearly 200,000 jobs.
Below you can learn more about our major projects or watch construction progress through onsite webcams.
Sutter Medical Center Sacramento
Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento is undergoing a major expansion. The comprehensive project in midtown Sacramento totals $750 million and includes multiple projects. Once complete in 2015, the health care campus will be among the region’s most innovative and advanced facilities.
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Alta Bates Summit Medical Center
Nearly 10 years in planning, the new 250,000-square-foot, 11-story Patient Care Pavilion project includes 238 private, family-friendly patient rooms and a new emergency department—all designed to meet or exceed state seismic safety requirements. The $385 million project, which includes a $35 million 1,067-space parking garage, merges the latest technology in a calming and healing environment that continues Alta Bates Summit’s 100-year tradition of providing quality patient care. The medical center opened in August 2014.
Read more about the new hospital construction in Oakland
Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa, CA
After years of planning, design and public hearings, Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital opened October 25, 2014. The $284 million dollar state-of-the-art hospital includes intensive care; emergency services; obstetrics, nursery care and level III neonatal intensive care; medical and surgical services; comprehensive cardiac services; supporting ancillary services; and a full range of women’s reproductive health services.
Santa Rosa live web cam (time lapse construction camera)
Read more about the new hospital construction in Santa Rosa
Palo Alto Medical Foundation, San Carlos Center
San Carlos, CA
The new San Carlos Center offers a comprehensive range of health care services includes primary care, outpatient surgery, urgent care, diagnostic radiology and laboratory. The new 192,000-square-foot outpatient care center opened Nov. 17, 2014.
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California Pacific Medical Center
San Francisco, CA
California Pacific Medical Center’s $2 billion construction plans in San Francisco include building a 274-bed hospital at Van Ness and Geary, a 120-bed hospital at its St. Luke’s Campus, and three new medical office buildings at its Davies, St. Luke’s and Van Ness and Geary campuses.
Read more about construction in San Francisco