Glendale Adventist Medical Center is celebrating the opening of its West Tower on Monday. The third phase of a $220 million expansion, the tower is in the final stages of licensing before opening its doors to patients and their families later this month.
The third phase of this project adds 35,000 square feet of space and 60 new beds and includes two new intensive care units, a neuro critical care unit and a Coronary intensice care unit. The expansion also includes two new surgical telemetry units.
"With this expansion we continue to demonstrate our investment in the health of the areas we serve by providing additional state-of-the-art patient treatment areas so that we can better address the needs for our growing community," said Warren Tetz, senior vice president of operations in a statement.
The hospital will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 5:15 p.m. on the 5th floor West Tower Chevy Chase entrance at 1509 Wilson Terrace, Glendale.