Harbor-UCLA Medical Center begins $1.6B upgrade

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in West Carson, Calif., has begun a $1.6 billion upgrade that will include a new inpatient tower, according to the Daily Breeze

The new 468,000-square-foot inpatient tower will have 346 beds, including 36 for patients needing psychiatric care. The inpatient building also will house an emergency department for psychiatric patients, according to the report. 

A new 198,000-square outpatient building will allow outpatient clinics across the campus to consolidate into one building.

The hospital will remain open throughout the project. 

Read the full Daily Breeze article here


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