May 5, 2014
Mark Chapman left Redwood Credit Union to join Sacramento-based Golden 1 Credit Union. …
The independent minor league Sonoma Stompers Baseball Club signed former Sonoma Valley High School standout Tommy Lyons to a contract. …
Audubon Canyon Ranch has selected Scott Artis to serve as its new director of development and communications. …
The Petaluma Arts Center named Holly Butler as interim director. …
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage announced that Laura Mogannam has earned membership in the Coldwell Banker International Diamond Society. …
Adrienne Roth of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s Greenbrae office has earned membership into the Coldwell Banker International President’s Circle. …
Corte Madera-based Restoration Hardware Holdings, Inc. appointed Dr. Leonard Schlesinger to its board of directors. …
April 28, 2014
GREENBRAE – Marin General Hospital has made several adjustments to its plan to rebuild the facility, with a price tag now pegged at nearly $650 million for what the administration describes as “a natural evolution” in the planning process for such a large-scale project.
March 24, 2014
GREENBRAE — The Marin Healthcare District approved a new plan for the $500 million rebuild of Marin General Hospital that will reconfigure – not necessarily reduce – the amount of staffed beds at the facility.
February 10, 2014
Michael Randolph joined Willow Creek Wealth Management. …
Coree Cameron was named the Novato Chamber of Commerce Board president for 2014. …
Susan Klassen was appointed chair of the County Engineers Association of California’s Transportation Committee. …
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage said six of its top North Bay agents were selected into Marin Association of Realtors leadership. …
The brokerage also announced that Kim Strub has affiliated with the company. …
Advanced Security Systems in Santa Rosa added Ronald Kent, senior security consultant. …
August 26, 2013
GREENBRAE — Marin General Hospital today said it has teamed with UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital to offer Marin residents “access to the expertise and resources of one of the nation’s preeminent pediatric hospitals.”
July 17, 2013
GREENBRAE — The Marin Healthcare District on Tuesday voted unanimously to put a general obligation bond totaling $394 million on this November’s ballot, which would help finance the approximately $500 million rebuild of Marin General Hospital.
March 11, 2013
Nearly every major health care provider in the region has recently opened a new clinic or outpatient center, and numerous others have said plans are under way for similar expansions, reflecting a concerted effort by providers to move outside of the hospital setting. …
Marin General Hospital recently opened the Baden Diabetes Center, an outpatient program that provides self-management skills, treatment and on-going guidance for patients with diabetes. …
NorthBay Healthcare is in the process of developing a new medical office building in Fairfield adjacent to its administrative center at 4500 Business Center Dr. …
St. Joseph Health recently completed the move if its Memorial Hospice program to 439 College Ave. in Santa Rosa, where it will occupy 12,000 square feet. …
Northern California Center for Well-Being will hold its third annual Workforce Wellness Symposium this month at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital. …
February 18, 2013
GREENBRAE — Marin General Hospital’s lease is set to expire in 2015, and both the health care district and the nonprofit that oversee functions of the hospital have agreed on terms of a new lease that they will put to voters in an upcoming June election.
December 21, 2012
GREENBRAE — The county of Marin approved a new 10-year trauma contract with Marin General Hospital, the county’s only designated trauma center.
The hospital also was recently reverified as a Level III trauma center by the American College of Surgeons.
October 22, 2012
GREENBRAE — Marin General Hospital recently unveiled a newly built emergency department that the 235-bed hospital said will significantly improve care and patient satisfaction.
September 17, 2012
GREENBRAE — Marin General Hospital released a draft environmental impact report for a roughly $500 million rebuild project that will bring the 235-bed level III trauma center in line with state seismic measures while improving other features.
September 3, 2012
SANTA ROSA — The Annadel Medical Group has added physicians at an accelerating pace, making it arguably the fastest growing medical group in the region at a time health systems across the country seek to attract more physicians. …
FAIRFIELD — Shortly after expanding its reach into Marin and Mendocino counties, Partnership HealthPaln, a nonprofit managed Medi-Cal provider, went on an aggressive hiring spree, saying it intended to increase its 280-person work force by about 30 percent. …
GREENBRAE — As district hospitals look to evolve with the dramatically shifting health care landscape, no other district can quite keep pace with Marin General Hospital, overseen by the Marin Healthcare District for the past two years now. …
June 25, 2012
GREENBRAE — Both sides in a long-running feud between Marin General Hospital and Sutter Health are claiming victory in last week’s arbitration ruling awarding $21.5 million to the hospital district.
June 19, 2012
GREENBRAE — Marin General Hospital today said it was awarded $21.5 million from arbitration in the long-running dispute between the hospital and Sutter Health, which operated the facility until it ceded control nearly two years ago.
May 14, 2012
Two major owners of commercial property in Marin and Sonoma counties have put 20 office buildings with 951,000 square feet on the market for sale in recent weeks in what some market watchers are anticipating will test institutional investor views of the long-term outlook for the North Bay business community.
November 14, 2011
GREENBRAE — Marin General Hospital today announced that it will open an outpatient diabetes center next year, funded by a $1 million donation from Kentfield resident Bruce Baden, diagnosed with type I diabetes himself.
November 14, 2011
The Palm Drive Healthcare District’s recent vote to begin exclusive negotiations for affiliating with Marin General Hospital has the potential to help the long-struggling Sebastopol hospital stabilize, while creating an expansive network of alliances between numerous district hospitals across the North Bay that might otherwise struggle for survival.
July 4, 2011
GREENBRAE — One year removed from a protracted divorce with Sutter Health, officials at Marin General Hospital said the county’s largest health care facility is financially stable and poised to remain on the path of being a successful, independently run hospital.
March 14, 2011
The rough ride endured by the Marin County commercial market in the late part of the decade got smoother in 2010. This trend continues in 2011.
December 20, 2010
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