Victor Valley Global Medical Center Expanding Emergency Department

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Victor Valley Global Medical Center is expanding its emergency services department at the campus in Victorville, CA. 

KPC Health executives at VVGMC broke ground on phase one of a multi-phase project that is expected to better serve some estimated 40,000 annual emergency room patients annually, the Daily Press reports.

Phase one of the project includes renovating the existing facility’s emergency space by adding about 6,800 square feet, with room for 16 more beds.

An expanded waiting room will double in size to accommodate 40 visitors and a newly designed entrance will allow for better access, flow and patient experience.

A new and expanded reception/receiving station will be added, along with new admitting booths and a state-of-the-art CT scanner and control room.

Phase one is expected to be completed by the fall of 2023.

A proposed phase two includes adding 5,200 square feet, with room for 12 more beds, as well as the construction of a rotunda area in building No. 4 and a new entrance to accommodate nine ambulances. 

Phase two’s estimated completion date is Nov. 2024. Read more.

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