A Simi Valley hospital simply bought larger – because of $41 million




Simi Valley Hospital on Thursday celebrated the opening of the Thakkar Household Emergency Pavilion, a $41 million enlargement venture.

The most important factor of the venture is the emergency pavilion. It provides 5,500 sq. ft to the present Emergency Division and will increase the variety of affected person rooms from 10 to 18. The division additionally has a two-bay triage space, a household room and a paramedic radio room.

It’s named for the hospital’s husband-and-wife medical workforce of Dr. Kant Thakkar and Dr. Irma Harriman, who donated $1 million to kick off the fundraising effort for the ER enlargement venture.

Adventist Well being, the hospital’s guardian firm, and donations from the group additionally helped fund the enlargement.

Pictures by Andy Holtzman
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