Sutter Health Construction Projects
Web Cams Track $2 Billion Hospital Construction Effort
Through construction site cameras, consumers can watch progress of one of the largest hospital building programs ever undertaken in Northern California. Five major hospital construction projects – exceeding $2 billion – are part of an unprecedented capital investment by the not-for-profit Sutter Health network. The projects represent Sutter’s commitment to meeting California’s seismic regulations and the growing health care needs of the communities it serves. Sutter Health has more critical seismic building obligations than any other health care organization in California.
Since 2000 Sutter Health has invested more than $8 billion to build, replace and improve dozens of hospitals and physician care centers throughout Northern California, and to install lifesaving technologies including an electronic health record.
Mills-Peninsula Health Services
The state-of-the-art, 241-bed Mills-Peninsula Medical Center opened on May 15, 2011. The $630 million, 450,000-square-foot hospital includes advanced earthquake safety technology, all private rooms, four meditation and healing gardens, and walking trails for patients, visitors, employees and neighbors.
Burlingame live web cam (time lapse construction camera)
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Eden Medical Center
Castro Valley, CA
This new $320 million state-of-the-art hospital will serve residents of Castro Valley, Hayward, San Leandro, San Lorenzo and the surrounding communities.
Castro Valley live web cam (time lapse construction camera)
Sutter Medical Center Sacramento
Sutter Medical Center Sacramento is undergoing a major expansion. The comprehensive project in midtown Sacramento totals $724 million and includes multiple projects. Once complete in 2014, the health care campus will be among the region’s most innovative and advanced.
Sacramento live web cam (time lapse construction camera)
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Alta Bates Summit Medical Center
Nearly 10 years in planning, the new 11-story Patient Care Pavilion project includes 238 private patient rooms, a new emergency department and a 1,000-space parking garage – all designed to meet or exceed state seismic safety requirements. The $463 million dollar project merges state-of-the-art technology in a calming and healing environment that continues Alta Bates Summit’s 100-year tradition of providing quality patient care. We expect to open in 2014.
Oakland live web cam (time lapse construction camera)
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Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa, CA
Construction begin in late 2010 on Sutter Medical Center Santa Rosa's new $284 million state-of-the-art hospital. Set to open 2014, the hospital will provide a full range of services including intensive care, emergency services, obstetrics, nursery care and level III neonatal intensive care.
Santa Rosa live web cam (time lapse construction camera)
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