Sutter opens 274-bed hospital in San Francisco

Leo Vartorella - Print  | 

California Pacific Medical Center Van Ness Campus, an 11-story, 274-bed hospital owned by Sacramento, Calif.-based Sutter Health, opened in San Francisco March 2.

The hospital occupies an entire city block on the former site of the Cathedral City Hotel. Its design incorporates themes of natural materials and touchable artwork and has five roof gardens.

"For more than 150 years, it has been our privilege to serve every person who calls San Francisco home," said Warren Browner, MD, CEO of the new hospital. "The opening of Sutter's CPMC Van Ness Campus provides a new and conveniently located hospital for people living throughout the city and beyond."

The hospital has 60 medical beds, 36 intensive care unit beds, 64 labor and delivery beds, 35 neonatal intensive care unit beds, six antepartum beds, 25 pediatric beds and eight pediatric intensive care unit beds.

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