UC San Francisco to Build New $US 4.3 billion Hospital at Parnassus Heights
UC San Francisco proposes to construct a brand-new state-of-the-art hospital at the UCSF Helen Diller Medical Center at Parnassus Heights, marking an interesting milestone in the renovation of the university's oldest campus.
The upgraded design, which cost US$4.3 billion, will enable patients to have a better experience by personalizing the room to their needs and encouraging healthy living.
The upcoming hospital will extend the Emergency Department by roughly 65% and boost the overall bed capacity of the hospital complex by 37%, from 499 to 682 beds.
It will be equipped with the newest medical equipment and will enhance advanced diagnostics and robotics to drive innovative medicines and treatments. This will be backed up by UCSF's scientific research.
The building's development will begin in 2023 in order to meet the state's seismic safety requirement for hospitals.
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