“We are committed to meeting the health care needs of Greater Sacramento and its surrounding communities today and into the future,” a Kaiser spokesperson said.
ROSEVILLE, Calif. — Kaiser Permanente is planning a nearly $300 million expansion to its medical center campus in Roseville, according to state filings.
Kaiser wants to build a new inpatient bed tower that would add an additional 108 MedSurg beds and 30 intensive care beds, expand its perioperative and emergency departments, inpatient support spaces and pharmacy, according to an application filed by the supplier with the California Department of Healthcare and information on January 19, 2022.
The 275,000 square foot project would cost approximately $298.6 million.
Kaiser officials remain tight-lipped about the project, which has yet to be officially announced. Kaiser Permanente Roseville Senior Vice President and Regional Manager Kim Menzel issued a statement on the potential expansion.
“We are committed to meeting the health care needs of Greater Sacramento and its surrounding communities today and into the future,” Menzel said.
Although the hospital has a development agreement, the proposal is in its infancy. Menzel said it will still need to undergo design review, environmental impact assessments, regulatory approval and the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan board.
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