California Pacific Medical Center’s titanic building program looks to be back on course after the health system and its parent company, Sacramento, Calif.-based Sutter Health, reached a compromise with the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
After months of contentious negotiations, the compromise calls for CPMC to move forward with a scaled-down version – at 274 beds – of its campus planned for Cathedral Hill if it builds a larger-than-planned 120-bed new St. Luke’s Hospital in the Mission district. The San Francisco Planning Commission is slated to review the deal in May, with the full Board of Supervisors taking another look in July.
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