November 12, 2012
The political and legal challenges to federal health reform may finally be settled with the reelection of President Obama and the Supreme Court’s upholding of the Affordable Care Act, but, even with that seeming sense of finality, a host of challenges lay ahead for all levels of the industry.
September 27, 2012
SANTA ROSA — Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa announced that it has secured two anchor tenants for its forthcoming 80,000 square foot medical office building, which will be adjacent to the new $284 million hospital being constructed in northern Santa Rosa.
November 23, 2011
Mike Purvis is the chief administrative officer for Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa, which will soon be relocated from the aging Chanate facility, the former county-run Community Hospital, to a brand new, $284 million medical campus next to the Wells Fargo Center for the Arts.
Mr. Purvis will be a panelist at the Business Journal’s health care conference on Nov. 30, where he will discuss the new hospital and how it will impact Sonoma County.
June 20, 2011
SANTA ROSA – Sutter Health can continue construction unabated on its $284 million hospital after a Sonoma County judge last week dismissed most of the challenges filed by opponents that centered on project’s environmental impact report.
April 7, 2011
SANTA ROSA — Sutter Health today said construction at the site of its new $284 million hospital just north of Santa Rosa will enter a second phase this month and on-site road work will begin in May.
November 12, 2010
The BUSINESS JOURNAL will present its 2010 Health Care Conference from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 18 at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek in Santa Rosa. In advance, we asked for comments from health care leaders and panelists Kevin Klockenga of St. Joseph Health System – Sonoma County; Martin Brotman, M.D., Sutter Health West Bay Region; Nancy Oswald, Redwood Community Health Clinics; Kirk Pappas, M.D., Kaiser Permanente; Wayne Fairchild, Redwood Regional Medical Group, and Mike Purvis of Sutter Health in Sonoma County.
October 25, 2010
NORTH BAY — The top California official for the National Federation of Independent Business will discuss the impact of health care reform on small business in the keynote address for the Business Journal’s annual health care conference Nov. 18.
Following John Kabateck, executive director of NFIB/California, a panel of top North Bay hospital executives will discuss the impacts of reform along with hundreds of millions of dollars in hospital and other projects.
To register, contact Linda Perkins at 707-521-5264 or firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, Nov. 12, or go to www.NorthBayBusinessJournal.com.
September 27, 2010
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