The $534 million revamping of Marin General Hospital is set to get underway with construction of a new 260,000-square-foot wing kicking off with a formal ceremony Thursday.
“It is going to be a facility that will be iconic,” said Marin General CEO Lee Domanico, who briefed Marin County supervisors this week. “I believe the community will be proud to have it.”
The new building, which is slated for completion in 2020, will link seamlessly to Marin General’s existing west wing and contain 114 private rooms, including 19 intensive care unit beds. All the new rooms will feature floor-to-ceiling windows. In addition, 57 beds in the hospital’s west wing will remain in use.
The new hospital also will include the larger operating rooms required to accommodate state-of-the-art imaging equipment and other technical innovations, such as robotics. To view the full article, click here.