$400 Million - Hospital Expansion Project
Southwest Healthcare System’s Inland Valley Medical Center Campus in Wildomar announced today the significant expansion and renovation plans that include the construction of a new patient tower. The facility master plan, which also includes the expansion of Rancho Springs Medical Center Campus in Murrieta, will total more than $400 million, the largest expansion investment to date committed by parent company Universal Health Services (UHS).
The project is currently anticipated to be completed in phases over the course of the next two to five years, with particular focus to ensure that the facilities will remain open for patient care with minimal disruption.
“This is an incredible addition to our city,” said Wildomar Mayor Dustin Nigg. “Inland Valley Medical Center is a very important part of Wildomar, and we are so excited for the tremendous investment UHS is making in our community for our community.”
The new seven-story patient tower at Inland Valley will feature modern, state-of-the-art private patient rooms, the installation of leading-edge clinical technologies for minimally invasive procedures and advanced therapies, and globally sustainable infrastructure enhancements including energy-efficient LED fixtures and solar panels. The Inland Valley Campus will continue to feature the award-winning services of bariatric weight-loss surgery, the total joint program for hip, knee, and shoulder replacement, as well as surgical services for spine and the region’s only Level II American College of Surgeons (ACS) Verified Trauma Center. Read more
For additional information regarding Southwest Healthcare System or Inland Valley Medical Center, please contact Brian Connors, Director of Marketing for Southwest Healthcare System at 951-600-4347 or email@example.com