10,000 square feet and 26 feet high, the new central plant provides power to support the expanded hospital services. Convenient, landscaped parking structure with five levels above ground and one subterranean level. 47 ft. to top of parapet. 750 spaces. Convenient and ample parking to support the hospital and second medical building. Five levels above ground and one subterranean level. 47 ft. to top of parapet. 579 spaces. Convenient parking to support outpatient services in medical building #3. Three levels above ground and one subterranean level. 278 spaces. If needed, this is the last parking improvement in the 15-year plan, with two subterranean levels and one on the surface. 316 spaces. This preserves the traditional “community tree.” New hospital wing has up to 120 beds including private maternity rooms, more operating rooms for our community and a rooftop helipad convenient to the ER. 125,363 sq. ft. and 85 ft. to top of parapet. Helipad to maintain<br /> life-saving trauma services. Half this building is reserved for hospital administrative and support services. 80,000 sq. ft. and 45.5 ft. to top of parapet. Twenty percent of this building is reserved for hospital centers of excellence.  60,000 sq. ft. and 45.5 ft. to top of parapet.  Per the current draft development agreement, proof of State submission of the hospital building plans (new hospital wing) will be given to the City before the building permit for MOB2 can be issued. This is the last medical office building in the fifteen-year plan, providing convenient space for new and growing outpatient services. 60,000 sq. ft. and 45.5 ft. to top of parapet. Per the current draft development agreement, the foundations of the hospital building (new hospital wing) will be substantially complete with "steel in the air" before the building permit for MOB3 can be issued. Proposed new trees for the beautification of our campus.

Updates & Status: Key Goals

New Imaging Services Department

State-of-the-art diagnosis for our patients
 
Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital completed its new Imaging Services Department in November 2009, creating a new state-of-the-art department that now features updated advanced-technology, additional state-of-the-art capabilities in ultra sound,
vascular lab and nuclear medicine as well as modernized offices, lounge and waiting rooms. 
 
The first phase of the expansion, completed in April 2008, enabled the hospital to offer many life-saving specialized diagnostic procedures, such as diagnostic heart catheterizations, and an array of new special procedures with interventional exams. Shortly thereafter, a radiographic fluoroscopy room was added, as well as a brand new corridor, dressing room, bathroom and an office. A new computerized radiographic fluoroscopy unit assists physicians with minor special radiology and intervention procedures.
 
One of the most exciting and significant upgrades in the department was moving from a single-slice CT scanner to a 64-slice machine.  The new scanner not only scans much faster, but it also enhances the images that the radiologists and physicians use for diagnostic purposes. The new CT machine now allows scans that used to take 45 minutes to be completed in only 5 to 10 minutes.
 
With the addition of the latest, most innovative equipment and sparkling new examination rooms, it’s easy to provide top quality, fast service and comfortable accommodations to patients. In addition, physicians in the Santa Clarita Valley appreciate the quality and accessibility of these vital diagnostic and interventional services in their community.
 
 

 

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