Pleasanton Gets New Outpatient Medical Center in 2015

The facility, now owned by San Ramon Regional Medical Center and John Muir Health, will be located at 5860 Owens Drive in Pleasanton and will offer urgent care services as well as imaging services.

PLEASANTON, Ca: 5860 Owens Drive in Pleasanton Photo provided by:   Harden Communications Partners
PLEASANTON, Ca: 5860 Owens Drive in Pleasanton Photo provided by: Harden Communications Partners

Pleasanton will soon have an outpatient medical center, owned by John Muir Health and the San Ramon Regional Medical Center. The Pleasanton Outpatient Center will move into the 92,000 square feet  building located at 5860 Owens Drive in Pleasanton by early 2015, according to a statement released by Tenet Healthcare.

The full statement released about the new facility can be found below:

The acquisition is part of the joint venture partnership announced in 2013 between Tenet Healthcare, parent company of the San Ramon Regional Medical Center, a 123-bed acute care hospital in San Ramon, Calif., and John Muir Health, a not-for-profit integrated system of doctors, hospitals and other healthcare services in the San Francisco Bay area, based in Walnut Creek.

San Ramon Regional Medical Center and John Muir Health purchased the building for approximately $19 million on Jan. 31.

“The Pleasanton Outpatient Center is another step toward fulfilling our goal to expand and improve care, access, and services for patients in the growing Tri-Valley area and surrounding communities,” said Paul Smith, acting chief executive officer of the joint venture. “The Center will be more convenient for patients, who can access a full range of services under one roof, and allows us to work better as a team to coordinate care and enhance the patient experience.”

The center is projected to house primary care physicians, specialists, an Urgent Care Center, and imaging services. The building is conveniently located off Interstate 580, and is a short walk from the Dublin/Pleasanton BART station. Ample onsite parking will also be available. 

“The design of John Muir Health's recently opened Walnut Creek Outpatient Center was driven by the needs of patients -- convenience, access, cost-effective care, service and quality -- the same principles that will drive development of the Pleasanton facility,” said Lee Huskins, president and chief administrative officer of John Muir Health’s Physician Network. “Through our partnership with San Ramon Regional Medical Center, we look forward to providing the Tri-Valley community expanded choices for high-quality, patient-centered care, close to home in a modern, healing environment."

San Ramon Regional Medical Center and John Muir Health announced and completed their joint venture partnership in 2013. As part of the agreement, San Ramon Regional Medical Center and John Muir Health will also jointly develop outpatient services, such as the Pleasanton Outpatient Center, and other projects in the Tri-Valley area and nearby communities. 

"Our partnership with John Muir Health exemplifies our strategy of enhancing and expanding the integrated healthcare services we offer patients in California,” said Smith. “We continually evaluate opportunities with healthcare providers, physician groups and others in our markets to maximize effectiveness, reduce costs, and integrate patient care coordination to improve overall care. Together, we will continue to pursue new and innovative ways to improve patient care, access to services and affordability."

"With the advent of health care reform, John Muir Health and our partners at San Ramon Regional Medical Center continue to look at ways we can deliver care using different models and best practices,” said Huskins. "The Pleasanton Outpatient Center fits that strategy by offering primary care physicians and specialists in one location, which enhances physician collaboration, knowledge sharing and care management to ensure our patients are getting the right care, in the right location and at the right time."


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