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PUBLIC HEALTH COMMISSION
Notice of Joint
Commission Chambers - Room 400
City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B.
Thursday, March 10, 2011
President: Christina R. Olague
Vice-President: Ron Miguel
Michael J. Antonini
President: Steven Tierney, Ed.D,
Sonia Melara, M.S.W.
Commissioners: James M. Illig
Edward A. Chow M.D.
Margine A. Sako
David J. Sanchez, Jr., Ph.D.
Catherine M. Waters, R.N.,
(E. WATTY (415) 558-6620)
CALIFORNIA PACIFIC MEDICAL CENTER (CPMC) LONG RANGE DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERVIEW
- This is the first of three scheduled Informational Hearings that will provide
an overview of the project. Specific topics to be discussed at this session
include an overview of CPMC’s Long Range Development Plan, their strategy for
seismic compliance, and their healthcare delivery plan.
California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) is made up of four medical centers in
San Francisco, consisting of the California Campus (previously known as the
Children’s Hospital of San Francisco), Pacific Campus (previously known as the
Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center), Davies Campus (previously Ralph K. Davies
Hospital), and St. Luke’s Campus. Three of CPMC’s four acute-care hospitals
(California, Pacific, and St. Luke’s Campus’) must be rebuilt or de-licensed in
order to comply with state law about the seismic stability of hospitals. CPMC
proposes to consolidate the acute-care services currently located at the
California and Pacific Campuses, and locate them at a new medical center at Van
Ness Avenue and Geary. The Van Ness and Geary Medical Center would include a
hospital on the west side of Van Ness Avenue ((Block 0695, Lots 005, 006) and a
new Medical Office Building on the east side of Van Ness Avenue (Block 0694,
Lots 005, 006, 007, 008, 009, 009A, 010). The sites are bounded by Franklin
Street, Post Street, Van Ness Avenue, Cedar Street, Geary Street, and Geary
Boulevard. At the St. Luke’s Campus, CPMC proposes to construct a new hospital
that will be located adjacent to the existing hospital tower on Cesar Chavez
Street (Block 6576, Lot 021). The existing hospital tower on St. Luke’s Campus
(Block 6575, Lots 001, 002) would be demolished after the new hospital is built,
operational, and patients have been transferred. In a subsequent phase, a
replacement medical office building/expansion building would be built. CPMC also
proposes to reauthorize their previously approved Conditional Use for the Davies
Neuroscience Institute (aka Noe Street Medical Office Building) located at 601
Duboce Street (Block 3539, Lot 001).
Recommendation: No Action Requested. Informational Discussion Only.