Opening Weekend Loma Linda University Health Campus Transformation Project
Updated: Aug 10, 2021
It was a busy weekend at Loma Linda University Health's Dennis and Carol Troesh Medical Campus. The Equinox team, as a Campus Transformation Project partner, was onsite to support. The Campus Transformation Project is just under one million square feet. The $1.5 billion academic teaching facility project consisted of two replacement patient bed towers, one 16-floor adult tower, and one 9-floor children's tower. The adult tower is the second tallest hospital in California at 268 feet tall. This build is in California an OSHPD (Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development) regulatory environment and totals 458 licensed inpatient beds.
Friday, August 6th, was the official ribbon-cutting marking the hospital's preparedness for patients. Watch the replay
Sunday, August 8th, was patient move day. By mid-afternoon, all patients had successfully made the move. Get the inside tour of the hospital here and the construction story here.