Sonoma Valley Hospital Starts Construction on Facility to House Surgery Center
Sonoma (Calif.) Valley Hospital has started construction on a new two-story facility that will house a surgery center and emergency department, according to a Sonoma Portal report.
The price tag for the project has crept up to $39 million, from an original estimate of $35 million. In 2009, administrators projected the entire Measure P bond measure would cover the construction expense, but it was acknowledged at a recent board meeting that the hospital must raise another $7 million.
For now, the project is "full speed ahead," according to CEO Kelly Mather.
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