Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Fairfield Eyes New Medical Offices

Fairfield Eyes New Medical Offices
Fairfield Planning Commission set to vote tonight on a $32-million, three-story building planned by the Sutter Regional Medical Group.
By Reporter Staff

Sutter Regional Medical Group hopes to continue its growth pattern in Fairfield with a proposal to go before the Fairfield Planning Commission tonight.
Commissioners will be asked to approve construction of an approximately 69,200 square foot, three-story medical office and related parking and landscaping project on about 5 acres of land on the north side of Low Court.

The $32-million project will allow for a new medical office building on the site which is part of a larger

Sutter Fairfield Medical Campus that includes an outpatient surgery facility and a diagnostic and imaging center.

The Sutter Fairfield Medical Campus is part of the Sutter Health family of facilities, one of the nation's leading not-for-profit networks of hospitals. It includes two state-of-the-art centers, the Sutter Fairfield Surgery Center and the Sutter Fairfield Diagnostic Imaging Center, as well as many of the Sutter Regional Medical Foundation services and medical offices.

"Having all of these services in one location ... makes it easier and more convenient for patients by eliminating the need to travel from one facility to another," states the company's Web site.

Sutter CEO John Ray said the new building will allow for Sutter to unite all of its services in one location. The company hopes to break ground this fall and be moved into the site by October 2007, just in time for a move from temporary offices in Vacaville.

The Planning Commission meets at 7:30 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, 1000 Webster St., Fairfield.

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