Upgrades will achieve seismic compliance by 2030 and include a new Emergency Department and parking garage
OCEANSIDE, Calif. – The Tri-City Healthcare District Board of Directors gave approval to Tri-City Medical Center CEO Tim Moran during its Jan. 29 district board meeting to start a campus redevelopment plan.
“The Board desires an updated plan which will meet the health care needs of our citizens due to the ongoing changes in healthcare needs for the future as well as addressing the seismic requirements that must be met by 2030,” said District Board Chair Larry Schallock.
Plan considerations, along with seismic compliance, would include a new Emergency Department as well as a parking structure.
“The Emergency Department is a key area of concern and one of our highest priorities, which are always patient safety and timely access,” said Moran. “In addition, our new facilities will need to ensure patient privacy and comfort, provide easy parking access for the elderly and handicapped, and meet the needs of our employees.”
About Tri City Medical Center
Tri-City Medical Center has served its community for over 50 years and is full service, acute-care hospital in Oceanside, Calif. with a primary care clinic and over 500 physicians practicing in 60 specialties. Its Gold Seal of Approval® from the Joint Commission recognizes its commitment to safe and effective patient care for the residents of the community it serves. It operates the only Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in North County as well as an Orthopaedic & Spine Institute, Cardiovascular Health Institute and a Neurological Institute along with the Tri-City Wellness Center in Carlsbad, Calif., recognized as one of the best wellness centers in San Diego County. It also specializes in women’s health, robotic surgery, cancer and emergency care. Selected from over 5,700 hospitals, Tri City medical Center has been recognized as an innovator in medical treatments, research, technology and care delivery as well as an anchor of health in the country.