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Healdsburg General Modular Hospital

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Aspen Street Architects completed work on Healdsburg General Hospital’s Modular Hospital long range plan in 1999. Identified issues included the need to expand undersized departments and make more efficient use of their acute care space.
A $2,500,000 Emergency Room Modular Hospital Addition to Healdsburg General Hospital was completed in 2008. Modular Hospital construction added approximately 4,000 SF to the hospital’s Emergency Room wing, aesthetically blending into the existing structure. Clark and Sullivan General Contractors assembled 9 steel and concrete component sections, the largest being 12′ x 54′, which were fabricated by Walden Structures and Construction in Riverside, CA. The modular hospital addition will help to raise the standard in emergency healthcare capacity in the northern Sonoma region. This is the first project of its kind in California.

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