Inpatient Projects: Massive campus remake in San Diego


By John Mugford

Here’s a look at one of the future towers planned as part of a 25-year, $2 billion campus overhaul at Scripps Memorial La Jolla Hospital. The project would add new beds as well as plenty of outpatient space.
Rendering courtesy of Scripps Health

Quite a few hospitals in the San Diego metropolitan area have recently completed, started or started to plan for some large construction projects.

In fact, most of the major healthcare players in the region – such as Sharp HealthCare, Kaiser Permanente, UCSD Medical Center, Rady Children’s Hospital and Palomar Pomerado Heath – are pursuing or considering construction projects that could total hundreds of millions of dollars.

Prior to recent weeks, the largest healthcare project in the San Diego area was the $940 million Palomar West Medical Center, which is currently under construction in Escondido.

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