Sonoma Valley Hospital in California to Break Ground on $39M Expansion

Sonoma (Calif.) Valley Hospital will break ground on a $39 million expansion May 10, according to a North Bay Business Journal report.

The project includes a 16,000-square-foot, two-story addition, which will feature an 8,000-square-foot emergency department and an 8,000-square-foot operating suite. The ED will house nine beds, a trauma room, a triage room, isolation rooms and a consultation room. The project will also make changes to improve the hospital's energy efficiency.

The hospital has $32 million from general obligation bonds and fundraising to support the hospital, and it hopes to raise an additional $7 million. If the hospital does not meet this fundraising goal, however, it will delay construction of the operating suite, according to the report.

Construction is expected be completed by the summer of 2013.

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