The health center complements an acute care hospital located across the street.
With its design and emphasis on providing convenient access to care in a facility integrated with the community it serves, the new 150,000-square-foot Hoag Health Center Irvine–Sand Canyon (Calif.) is a key part of what has developed into a health care village.
Making it easier for individuals and families to access Hoag’s services and programs, the Hoag Health Center Irvine provides specialized and comprehensive health care services, including women’s health, cancer care and more.
The new health center complements the acute care services offered at Hoag Hospital Irvine, which is located across the street. The result is a health care village that provides high-quality services in a setting that ensures convenient access to care.
The health center’s specialized services are connected with Hoag's cancer, heart and vascular, and neurosciences institute.
“Among its many enviable qualities, Irvine is revered for its well-designed villages, admired for their innovation and excellent quality of life,” says Marcy Brown, vice president of Hoag Hospital Irvine and ambulatory services.
“When Hoag set out to create the future of health care delivery, we drew inspiration from these villages and created an unparalleled community approach to health,” Brown says.
The Hoag Health Center Irvine provides individuals and families in Irvine and surrounding communities with access to the health system’s specialized services and providers.
“Working with residents and city officials, we heard repeatedly that Irvine is in need of world-class specialized services closer to home,” Brown says. “We listened, and Hoag Health Center Irvine is our response.”
The new state-of-the-art center also features a 7,200-square-foot building that houses King’s Pharmacy and Compounding Center, as well as Hoag Urgent Care managed by Hoag Medical Group, and a café, which is coming soon.
The center offers multispecialty cancer care, including chemotherapy and infusion services, radiation oncology, hereditary counseling.
“Hoag Irvine has become a prime destination for health care for Irvine residents and beyond, and this expansion builds upon that,” Brown says.
“Working together, Hoag and Irvine are building a patient-centric model of health care for the city that will likely inform the way the rest of the county — and possibly the country — approaches health care,” she says.
The health center’s specialized services are connected with Hoag Family Cancer Institute, Jeffrey M. Carlton Heart and Vascular Institute, Hoag Neurosciences Institute and Hoag Women’s Health Institute.
- Hoag Family Cancer Institute brings patients a full range of advance cancer therapies, as well as access to new investigational treatments, through an alliance with USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center.
- Hoag Cancer Center Irvine offers multispecialty cancer care, along with chemotherapy and infusion services, radiation oncology, hereditary counseling, oncology physician specialists, nurse navigation, access to clinical research and other support services.
- Jeffrey M. Carlton Heart and Vascular Institute provides leading cardiovascular services. Hoag Health Center Irvine offers cardiac rehabilitation, echocardiogram, EKG, stress testing and Holter monitoring, as well as a vascular lab and the peripheral arterial disease supervised walking program.
- At the Hoag Neurosciences Institute, specialists perform the latest diagnostic tests and leading-edge treatment for care of complex neurological disorders.
Similarly, the health center provides high level care and neurorehabilitation currently available only in Newport Beach for the diagnosis, treatment and management of epilepsy as well as movement, memory and cognitive disorders, sleep disorders and stroke.
The new center combines progressive technology, patient education and other specialized care currently offered at the Hoag Women’s Health Institute. The health center will offer breast screening and diagnostic mammograms, including tomosynthesis (3-D mammography); Womanology, Hoag’s pelvic floor treatment program; obstetrics; and gynecology.
In other health care facility news:
Linbeck Group, a Texas-based construction firm, completed a $25.4 million renovation of the Jesse H. Jones Rotary House International, a full-service hotel dedicated exclusively to serving the needs of patients at MD Anderson Cancer Center and their families.
Located in Houston’s Texas Medical Center and connected by skywalk to the cancer center, the renovation included all 322 guest rooms, restaurant and public space. Guest input was obtained for the overall design, which includes nature-inspired color schemes, textured fabrics and elements of wood and stone.
Guest rooms received new furniture, bedding and wall coverings, and carpeting and bathrooms were updated with fixtures, tile and millwork. Approximately 78 percent of guest bathrooms were converted from tubs to walk-in showers for ease of use.
Women’s Care Florida (WCF), a multispecialty women’s health physician group, is taking steps to better serve the health care needs of women of the greater Tampa Bay area with construction of a new three-story, 63,289-square-foot subspecialty center.
The new facility will offer comprehensive women’s health services while serving as a hub for other WCF care centers in west and central Florida. Denver-based NexCore Group, a national health care real estate developer, broke ground on the project Oct. 18.
The health center will provide maternal-fetal medicine, gynecology, urogynecology and ambulatory surgical services. It will also offer imaging, infusion, a patient education center, a breast center, counseling and supportive care, and a high-risk fetal surgery program.
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