Santa Rosa Surgery Center to Move to New Location, Maintain Joint Venture With Sutter Medical Center
Sutter Medical Center will move 50 or so staff and physicians from Santa Rosa Surgery Center from their existing location to an 80,000-square-foot medical office building, according to a North Bay Business Journal report.
Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rose has secured two anchor tenants for the building: Santa Rosa Surgery Center and the Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation. They will account for 58 percent of the building upon completion in 2014.
Physicians with Santa Rosa Surgery Center have a joint venture agreement with Sutter but are not part of the Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation.
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