Kaiser Permanente will soon open a $200 million facility in Moreno Valley.
The 93,000-square-foot Diagnostic & Treatment Building is next door to Kaiser’s existing facility at 27300 Iris Ave. and is expected to begin treating patients in mid-August, according to a statement on the city’s website.
A ribbon cutting was held on June 27.
The facility, which will serve all of Riverside County, includes operating rooms, pre-and post-surgery care areas, a six-bed neonatal intensive care unit, and an interventional radiology area. It will provide general surgery, pathology, diagnostic, and clinical laboratory services.
“This Diagnostic & Treatment Building embodies Kaiser Permanente’s commitment to bringing high-quality and effective healthcare to the community,” said Mayor Ulises Cabrera in the statement.
“It will create many new jobs and show that the future of modern healthcare in Southern California is right here in Moreno Valley.”
Kaiser Permanente opened its Moreno Valley Medical Center in 2008.