Sierra Vista Beam Signing

Medical Office Building Celebrates Construction Milestone – Will Open with New Hospital

As work continues on the new 175,000 square foot Canyon Vista Regional Health Center, construction of the new on-campus medical office building has reached a milestone. Earlier this month the steel framing for the 55,000 square foot medical office building was completed, and to commemorate the occasion, a beam signing ceremony was held.

Administrators and staff from Canyon Vista Regional Health Center were present at the event, as were local officials and members of the project development team.

“The new medical office building will be a great addition to the new hospital campus,” said Marty Rash, Chairman and CEO, RegionalCare Hospital Partners. “It is exciting to allow the team involved to sign the beam, and then place it on the new building.”

Florida-based Rendina Healthcare Real Estate is developing the new medical office building. Richard Rendina, Chairman and CEO, said the new medical building is intended to complement the new hospital while providing an enhanced environment with direct access to both acute and outpatient services.

The replacement hospital is expected to open in spring 2015. The new medical office building is expected to open in conjunction with the new hospital.

Marty Rash

Chairman and CEO, RegionalCare Hospital Partners

Just as the community needs a first rate hospital, we must also have space for physicians to practice near the hospital. We look forward to celebrating the opening of both the hospital and the medical office building next year.

Dr. Dean French, CEO of Canyon Vista Regional Health Center, who was present at the beam signing, emphasized that the new hospital is part of Canyon Vista Regional Health Center’s commitment to expand healthcare options to the community and bring greater economic opportunities to the area.

Dr. Dean French

CEO, Canyon Vista Regional Health Center

The new Medical Office building improves access to key services for our community and patients. It provides a one-stop shop for multiple medical practices that will include OB/GYN, pediatrics, internal medicine, cardiology, orthopedics, sports medicine and general surgery. Additionally, it will provide advanced wound care with hyperbaric oxygen, adult and pediatric rehabilitation, and chemotherapeutic infusion services. The consolidation of all of these services under one roof will drastically improve clinical integration and increase efficiency in care.

About Canyon Vista Regional Health Center

Founded in 1963 as Western Baptist Osteopathic Hospital, Canyon Vista Regional Health Center is a RegionalCare facility that offers state-of-the-art technology; modern facilities; Emergency Services; a Maternity Department with birthing suites; a Level 2 Nursery; Intensive Care, Critical Care, Medical/Telemetry/Pediatric care, Medical Surgical; the latest in Diagnostic Imaging; Laboratory Services; complete Rehabilitation Services; an Outpatient Surgery Center, and a clinic in Tombstone, Ariz. Canyon Vista Regional Health Center receives more than 7,600 annual patient visits per year and more than 28,000 emergency room visits.

About RegionalCare Hospital Partners

RegionalCare Hospital Partners is a growing system of community hospitals focused on a commitment to high quality care and expanding health care services in non-urban markets. Today, RegionalCare is partnered with eight, market-leading, community hospitals in seven states. More information can be found at www.regionalcare.net.

About Rendina Healthcare Real Estate

Rendina is a trusted national leader in healthcare real estate, providing a full-service platform that includes the design, development, acquisition, leasing and management of healthcare real estate. A partner to healthcare providers for more than 27 years, Rendina has developed more than 6.85 million square feet of healthcare real estate throughout the country. Rendina has offices in Jupiter, Fla.;, Dallas; Tucson, Ariz.; Solana Beach, Calif.; Cincinnati; and Livingston, N.J.


Photos from the Beam Signing Ceremony
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