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.
November 5, 2013
GREENBRAE — Marin County voters on Tuesday backed the planned rebuilding of Marin General Hospital, authorizing by a two-thirds majority $394 million in general obligation bonds to fund much of the project.
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.
April 15, 2013
GREENBRAE — Marin General Hospital received a 10-year extension on its deadline for rebuilding a seismically sound facility from the state yesterday, which will move the completion date to 2030 instead of 2020, officials said.
March 25, 2013
GREENBRAE — Marin General hospital, the county’s largest provider of acute-care services, has undergone rapid change in the past three years, having shifted away from Sutter Health to an independent district. But perhaps its biggest and most important challenge still lay ahead, as the 235-bed facility seeks to entirely rebuild itself in order to meet state compliance with seismic safety measures.
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.
January 16, 2013
[Updated Wednesday, Jan. 16, 3:30 p.m.] GREENBRAE — Roughly a year after being dismissed from the long-running legal dispute between Marin General Hospital and Sutter Health, former hospital board chair Robert Heller was awarded $848,202 in legal fees and costs from the suit brought forth by the Marin Healthcare District, his attorneys said Tuesday.
Marin General, meanwhile, revealed Wednesday that it was awarded roughly $11 million in legal fees and costs as a result of being declared the prevailing party over Sutter Health.
December 31, 2012
In the next 12 to 18 months, the North Bay will see significant hospital and health care construction, with at least half a dozen major projects entering key phases or reaching completion.
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.
August 31, 2012
GREENBRAE — Marin General Hospital today said an independent arbitration judge declared Marin Healthcare District, which owns the hospital, the “prevailing party” in a long-running dispute with Sutter Health, which severed ties with the facility more than two years ago.
July 30, 2012
Mark Keating, certified financial planner and advisor, was named a partner with Willow Creek Financial Services, a wealth management firm in Sebastopol.
Rebecca Na Li, M.D., joined the North Marin Internal Medicine Specialists in Novato — one of the Marin Healthcare District Medical Care Centers.
Jennifer Lucas, M.D., a medical oncologist at Marin General Hospital’s Marin Cancer Institute, was honored as the 2012 Healing Professional by Zero Breast Cancer.
Artisan Sotheby’s International Realty hired Mike Bryant.
Quelene Slattery joined Grgich Hills Estate as national accounts manager, a new position for the winery.
Mendocino Wine Company appointed John Girty vice president of national sales.
February 20, 2012
GREENBRAE — Marin General Hospital has finalized the addition of a sixth medical practice to an expanding network of clinics it will now operate, a development seen as pivotal for the hospital as it looks for ways to attract and retain physicians amidst an increasingly consolidating, reform-driven health care landscape.
December 15, 2011
GREENBRAE — The judge arbitrating a lawsuit to recover more than $120 million transferred out of Marin General Hospital into the Sutter Health system has dropped former Marin General Hospital Corp. board Chairman Robert Heller from the case.
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.
November 8, 2011
SEBASTOPOL — The Palm Drive Healthcare District last night chose to advance affiliation talks with Marin General Hospital over four other proposals, a move that came earlier than expected.
October 31, 2011
MARIN COUNTY — Prima Medical Group will provide trauma and elective surgeries for Marin General Hospital, marking the first time that all local physicians will deliver such services to the level III trauma center and its patients.
October 10, 2011
SEBASTOPOL — The Palm Drive Healthcare District has received proposals from five health care organizations for possible affiliation, as the 37-bed hospital overseen by the district seeks a larger entity to assist in providing long-term financial stability.