SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Pacific Medical Buildings continues its relationship with Palomar Health with the start of two major construction projects this year in the northern San Diego County healthcare district, the largest in California.
PMB has begun construction of the 7,600-square-foot Ramona Ambulatory Care Center, which will be co-owned by PMB and Palomar Health. The facility will house an urgent care center and medical offices for Arch Health Partners, a multi-specialty medical group closely associated with Palomar Health.
“The Ramona Ambulatory Care Center represents Palomar Health District’s commitment to provide care to the underserved residents within its boundaries,” says Jim Rohan, PMB’s senior vice president for development.
PMB also is developing a 115-foot pedestrian bridge that will link the five-story, 172,000-square-foot Pomerado Outpatient Pavilion and a connected 1,170-space parking structure to Pomerado Hospital in Poway, in the southern part of the district.
“The pedestrian bridge will provide patients and visitors convenient access to the hospital, the Outpatient Pavilion and the parking structure,” says Mr. Rohan.
Posted July 11, 2012