UC San Francisco Health, John Muir Health to open outpatient center — 4 things to know

UC San Francisco Health and Walnut Creek, Calif.-based John Muir Health are opening a new outpatient center in Berkeley, Calif., in 2018, according to East Bay Times.

Here are four things to know:

1. The center will be 100,000 square feet.

2. The clinic will offer urgent and primary care services.

3. Both UCSF and John Muir staff will offer imaging and lab services.

4. At the clinic, nearly 15 primary care physicians, five urgent care physicians and up to 10 specialists will see patients.

"Alameda is one of the fastest-growing counties in the Bay Area, and the Oakland/Berkeley area is undergoing a major transformation," said Chris Willrich, CEO of BayHealth, a joint venture between UCSF and John Muir. "This new ambulatory care hub will create a convenient, full-service destination for care that will both improve access and provide a care-delivery system that modernizes how the consumer experiences health care."

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