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Dignity Health Medical Pavilion is Coming

Representatives from Dignity Health Nevada, Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging Centers, Quest Diagnostics, and local government officials participated in the groundbreaking of our new Medical Pavilion Tuesday, March 22.

 

Dignity Health Medical Pavilion

Despite crazy winds, more than 100 people attended the groundbreaking, showing there is a great deal of interest in the services that will be offered at the Medical Pavilion. The new Pavilion will increase access to primary, urgent, and diagnostic health care services once it opens in early 2017.

The Medical Pavilion will include the first Dignity Health Urgent Care location in Nevada, a Dignity Health Medical Group Nevada clinic staffed by primary care physicians, a Steinberg Diagnostic Imaging center, and a Quest Diagnostics location along with other services.

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Dignity Health Breaks Ground at North Las Vegas Neighborhood Hospital

Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican is celebrating with the groundbreaking of its first neighborhood hospital in North Las Vegas, an area of southern Nevada in need of improved access to health care. The new neighborhood hospital is expected to create more than 100 permanent jobs in North Las Vegas

The groundbreaking will be held Wednesday, March 2, at 11 a.m. on the northwest corner of Craig Rd. and Camino Al Norte. Dignitaries will include Mayor John Lee of North Las Vegas, executives from Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican and from Emerus.

Board-certified physicians, experienced nurses and other clinical specialists will staff the new neighborhood hospitals. The first level of each of the multi-million dollar hospitals will feature a comprehensive emergency department, an inpatient wing, imaging and quick-access lab services. In addition to Dignity Health Medical Group practices, other floors will house St. Rose community outreach programs, additional physician offices and other ancillary clinical services to support community health needs. All neighborhood hospitals will operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, offering patients the highest levels of care in a smaller campus setting.

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