The board selected construction manager, Oakland Construction for the center slated for Peoria and developed to address the health needs of Arizona’s expanding West Valley; construction completed the last quarter of 2019.
Located at Grand Avenue and Cotton Crossing, the center will be designed by Hobbs+Black Architects and features an urgent care, dental clinic, dialysis clinic, four operating rooms, two major procedure rooms, pre-operative and recovery bays, and onsite sterile processing. The Center will also offer behavioral health services, a retail pharmacy, lab services and a café for patients and visitors.
Today is the beginning of a new future for MIHS and what we are calling ‘Care Reimagined’ as we reinvent our community’s teaching hospital and safety net system of care. This important step allows us to define future possibilities for clinical services and create a supportive environment that can successfully coordinate complex care for all patients who seek services.
Funding for the project comes from Proposition 480, approved by Maricopa County voters in 2014.
Read the press release from MIHS