New West Henderson Development Features Unique and Upscale Retail and Restaurants to Join with Medical and Office Space

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Commercial real estate developer Stable Development to start project in coming months

One the fastest growing parts of town, West Henderson, will soon have a new 300,000-square-foot, mixed use project from Stable Development, a Las Vegas-based commercial real estate developer, right down the street from the new Raiders headquarters along the growing St. Rose Parkway corridor.

Stable Development plans to start the project on a 12.5-acre property at the cross streets of St. Rose Parkway and Cactus Avenue in 2019. The 300,000-square-foot development will feature a mix of retail, office and medical space. Pre-leasing for the development is underway.

“This development is perfectly situated in the growing West Henderson area just down the street from the Raiders practice facility, existing retail and the Henderson Executive Airport,” said Lance Bradford, chief executive officer of Stable Development. “We anticipate bringing unique and upscale dining and retail options to Henderson where there is a high demand for these services.”

The commercial real estate developer will begin in early 2019 with The Korte Company for construction and the Cunningham Group, an international architecture firm. Stable Development has made a substantial investment in Henderson recently purchasing 8.15 acres from the City of Henderson for $8.25 million to create the 12.5-acre space for the project.

“We believe in this project and we believe in West Henderson,” Bradford said. “This area is growing quickly with new retail, restaurants and services that will support the surrounding communities.”

Stable Development has experienced substantial growth over the last eight years even though the Las Vegas real estate market was enduring one of the worst economic downturns in its history. Other developments in Southern Nevada include: The Parkway in Summerlin, Corporate Center in the southwest region across from IKEA, Seven Hills Business Plaza, Coronado Medical and Surgery Center.

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MountainView Hospital Announces Expansion of its Emergency Room and Inpatient Rehabilitation Departments

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MountainView Hospital today announced plans to expand its Emergency Room and Inpatient Rehabilitation departments to meet the continued growing demand from the Las Vegas community.

The Emergency Room expansion will include the addition of 12 new “vertical treatment” bays, and eight private exam rooms. Construction of the 15,000-square-foot addition will begin this fall and will be complete by fall 2020. The expansion will bring the total ER treatment spaces at MountainView Hospital to 62 patient spaces.

Additionally, the MountainView Hospital Inpatient Rehabilitation expansion will add 18 beds to the current 36-bed unit. The 15,000-square-foot expansion will be on the fifth floor of the hospital’s 3150 Medical Office Building, directly below the current rehab department on the sixth floor. Construction on the rehab expansion also is expected to begin this fall and is expected to be complete by fall 2020.

The ER expansion will cost approximately $12.7 million, while the rehabilitation expansion will cost approximately $10.6 million.

“Patients continue to seek out MountainView Hospital for their care along the continuum, whether it is for emergency room needs or inpatient rehabilitation for long-term recovery needs,” said Jeremy Bradshaw, MountainView Hospital Chief Executive Officer. “The continued demand for MountainView’s patient care reflects that patients are seeking out the highest quality care available to them.”

The MountainView Hospital Emergency Room has seen several expansions over the past several years, as it has grown to meet the needs of the surrounding community. Most recently, the ER underwent an expansion in 2018 that included adding a dedicated CT for the department and the completion of an expanded helipad to accommodate two helicopters. An expansion in 2013 of the Emergency Room doubled its capacity, allowing the hospital to be further accessible to patients and community.

MountainView Hospital is a rated by The Leapfrog Group an A safety grade (Spring 2019), as well as a Top Teaching Hospital recognition for 2018.

Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging to Open 9th Location

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Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging (SDMI) is excited to announce our 9th location in North Las Vegas. The new facility will be located on W Craig Rd. and Camino Al Norte and feature a modern 20,000 square feet facility. Tenant space will also be included in the building to create a much needed medical business park for the North Las Vegas area. The facility will be home to state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and will include MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), CT (computed tomography), 3D Mammography (tomosynthesis), Ultrasound, DEXA, and X-Ray to help further our mission of delivering an exceptional patient experience and accurate results through compassion and cutting edge technology.

“We are eager to offer a more convenient option to our North Las Vegas patients.” Dr. David Steinberg, CEO

SDMI is 100% locally owned, operated, and has been committed to the growth and development of Southern Nevada for over 31 years. This addition will not only add a convenient location, but also provide local jobs, and expand our ability to accommodate patients sooner. SDMI’s ninth facility is scheduled to break ground in August 2019 with an estimated completion date of Summer of 2020.

SR Construction Awarded Upcoming Healthcare Project in Las Vegas Valley

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SR Construction named General Contractor for expansion project at Centennial Hills Hospital

SR Construction was recently named General Contractor for an upcoming expansion project at Centennial Hills Hospital. SR will spearhead the build of the new five-story tower, which will expand the facility’s neonatal, PACU and adult intensive care units along with additional medical surgical units.

“It is a privilege to be chosen as the General Contractor for this significant project,” said Peter Harvey, senior project manager at SR Construction. “We look forward to building upon on our deep-rooted relationship with Centennial Hills Hospital Medical Center and Valley Health System/Universal Health Services (UHS).”

The expansion will provide space for an additional 56 patient beds, bringing the hospital’s total to 318. The project is estimated to cost approximately $95 million. The design has already commenced and construction is set to begin this summer.

Centennial Hills Hospital to Begin Work on New Patient Tower

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Centennial Hills Hospital is proud to announce a master plan project that will begin with the build-out of a new, five-story patient tower expansion project in 2019.

Phase one, valued at an estimated $95 million, will add 56 patient beds, increasing the total bed count from 262 to 318 beds. This addition will provide increased capacity in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Intensive Care Unit, Intermediate and Medical Surgical Units across the hospital. The project will also expand key departments, including the inpatient pharmacy, surgical services, and the post-anesthesia care unit. 

“As Northwest Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and our outlying communities continue to grow, our goal is to meet the demand for expanded services,” explained Sajit Pullarkat, CEO/Managing Director of Centennial Hills Hospital. “When all five floors of the new patient tower are completely built out, the hospital’s total capacity will reach 390 beds. This continued expansion aligns with our commitment to meet our community’s requests and keep care close to home.”

News of the five-story tower expansion comes less than two years after Centennial Hills Hospital built out the final two floors of its eight-story tower, adding 60 private patient rooms and over 200 additional parking spaces. Since 2017, Centennial Hills Hospital has also added biplane angiography capabilities to treat stroke and other neurosurgical diseases, an advanced Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center, and another 12 mother-baby rooms to meet increased demand for maternity services.

About Centennial Hills Hospital

Centennial Hills Hospital is a member of The Valley Health System, a network of six acute care hospitals that provide care for patients throughout Southern Nevada and nearby communities. Located in northwest Las Vegas, the 262-bed hospital offers a wide range of healthcare services including emergency care, surgical services, cardiovascular and advanced neurological care, women’s health, maternity and a Level III neonatal intensive care unit, and specialty programs in stroke, chest pain, orthopedics, advanced wound care and hyperbaric medicine, and outpatient physical therapy.

ER at Blue Diamond Holds Ceremonial Groundbreaking

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The ER at Blue Diamond, a freestanding emergency department which will be built on the northwest corner of Blue Diamond and Cimarron, held a ceremonial groundbreaking on Wednesday, September 5, 2018, to celebrate the kick-off of construction. The facility will begin seeing patients in June 2019.

The facility will operate as a 24-hour extension of Spring Valley Hospital’s emergency department and will feature eight treatment rooms, with an additional three rapid medical exam rooms, advanced imaging services such as CT, ultrasound and X-ray, and an on-site laboratory. It will use the Cerner FirstNet electronic medical record system that is compatible with Spring Valley Hospital and other Valley Health System facilities, and will enable patients to access their private health information online, in a secure fashion. The ER will be staffed with board-certified emergency medicine physicians, nursing, imaging and laboratory staff.

“The ER at Blue Diamond aims to treat many of the most common emergency cases with short wait times and high-quality, friendly care,” said Leonard Freehof, CEO/Managing Director of Spring Valley Hospital. If needed, patients will be transferred to the hospital for any necessary medical procedures, surgeries or inpatient medical care.

In addition to breaking ground on the ER at Blue Diamond, Spring Valley Hospital recently added another 72 private rooms in August 2018. The hospital’s total bed count is now 364.

 

Spring Valley Hospital Adds 36 More Private Rooms

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Increases licensed bed count to 328

Spring Valley Hospital has opened a new patient care unit, adding 36 private rooms on the third floor especially for orthopedic and spine surgery patients.  The expansion increases the hospital’s licensed bed count to 328, making it the second largest hospital in The Valley Health System.

“With the expansive growth in southwest Las Vegas and our nearby tourist population on the Las Vegas Strip,  this expansion helps us meet the needs of the people we serve, and increase our community’s access to care,” said Leonard Freehof, CEO/Managing Director of Spring Valley Hospital.

The new orthopedic unit is part of the four-story patient tower which opened in June 2016, which added a private, 24-hour entrance to The BirthPlace, 18 additional mother-baby rooms, easy access to all maternity and neonatal intensive care unit services on the first floor, and 36 private rooms on the second floor for medical and surgical patients.

The four-story tower will be completely built out later this month, adding a final 36 private rooms to the fourth floor.

ER at Blue Diamond to Host Groundbreaking in September
In other construction news, Spring Valley Hospital will host a private groundbreaking celebration for its ER at Blue Diamond, located on the northwest corner of Blue Diamond and Cimarron, in September 2018. The facility will operate as a 24-hour extension of Spring Valley Hospital’s emergency department and will feature eight treatment rooms, with an additional three rapid medical exam rooms, advanced imaging services such as CT, ultrasound and X-ray, and an on-site laboratory. It will use the Cerner FirstNet electronic medical record system that is compatible with Spring Valley Hospital and other Valley Health System facilities, and will allow patients to access their private health information online. The ER will be staffed with board-certified emergency medicine physicians, nursing, imaging and laboratory staff.

 

Henderson Hospital Opens Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

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Henderson Hospital, which opened in late 2016, has added an eight-bed, Level II neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) to serve newborns that may be born prematurely and/or may have needs and conditions that require additional, specialized medical care.

“We’re excited to open,” said Joanna Bacon, RN, Director of Women’s Services for Henderson Hospital. “Our team has been preparing for months, and we want expectant parents and families to be confident that, should their baby need more specialized care than our well newborn nursery provides, they will be able to remain at Henderson Hospital for these advanced services.”

The Level II NICU, which can care for babies born at 32 weeks gestational age and above who require advanced medical care for conditions related to prematurity or a variety of other circumstances, is staffed with full-time neonatologists, neonatologist nurse practitioners, NICU-trained nurses, respiratory therapists and lactation consultants, along with adjunct medical specialists capable of dealing with neonatal patients.

“We want parents to be reassured their baby will receive excellent care in our NICU,” said Sam Kaufman, the CEO of Henderson Hospital. “As a parent, I understand how frightening it can be if your baby needs a higher level of care or needs to stay at the hospital after mom is discharged. Our commitment is to provide the best medical care for all babies who are entrusted to us.”

The NICU increases the Henderson Hospital bed count to 138. In addition, an outpatient Advanced Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center will begin accepting patients this summer. Later this year, the ER at Green Valley Ranch will open at the corner of St. Rose Parkway and Coronado Center, and the third floor will add another 28 private rooms for medical surgical patients.

About Henderson Hospital
Henderson Hospital is a member of The Valley Health System, a network of six acute care hospitals that provide care for patients throughout Southern Nevada and nearby communities. Located in Henderson, NV, this acute care hospital offers emergency care, surgical services, including an outpatient surgery center, cardiovascular care, women’s health and maternity services, including a Level II neonatal intensive care unit.

MountainView Hospital Opens South Tower 4th Floor of Campus Expansion Project

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Level III NICU Expansion Underway

As part of its continuing south tower vertical expansion project, MountainView Hospital today opened its new fourth floor Medical-Surgical Unit.

The new, state-of-the-art, 32-bed med-surg unit will continue to care for patients who are recovering from surgery or are acutely ill with a wide variety of medical problems and diseases.

The new unit is part of a larger campus expansion that began in late 2015, with the vertical expansion of the south tower, adding a fourth and fifth floor. The fifth floor 32-bed oncology unit opened in March to care for patients with cancer who have complex patient needs.

The campus construction included an Emergency department expansion that included the addition of a dedicated CT for the emergency room and an expanded helipad to accommodate two helicopters.

A recent first floor expansion included the addition of new neuro diagnostic imaging and intervention technology to treat the most complex neuro/stroke conditions.

Construction also includes the expansion of the Women’s Services unit and the addition of a Level III NICU, expected to be complete late 2018.

“MountainView Hospital strives to looks for opportunities to grow and meet the needs of our patients and community,” said Jeremy Bradshaw, MountainView Chief Executive Officer. “The continual growth of MountainView mirrors the growth in the community, and reflects that patients are choosing MountainView to provide them the highest level of care.”

When construction is complete later this year, the hospital will have 408 beds.

The Valley Health System Wins Unanimous Approval for Freestanding Emergency Room Facility

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The Valley Health System has acquired land and won unanimous approval from the Enterprise Town Advisory Board and Clark County Board of Commissioners for a Special Use Permit to construct a freestanding emergency room facility at the intersection of Blue Diamond and Cimarron in the southwest Las Vegas valley.

The facility will operate as a 24-hour extension of Spring Valley Hospital’s emergency department and will feature eight treatment rooms, with an additional three rapid medical exam rooms, advanced imaging services such as CT, ultrasound and X-ray, and an on-site laboratory. It will use the Cerner FirstNet electronic medical record system that is compatible with Spring Valley Hospital and other Valley Health System facilities, and will allow patients to access their private health information online. The ER will be staffed with board-certified emergency medicine physicians, nursing, imaging and laboratory staff.

Spring Valley Hospital CEO Leonard Freehof, said “This freestanding ER aims to treat many of the most common emergency cases with short wait times and high-quality, friendly care.  Groundbreaking is planned for later this summer with an opening in early 2019.”

About The Valley Health System and Spring Valley Hospital

The Valley Health System is a network of six acute care hospitals that provide care for patients throughout Southern Nevada and surrounding areas. Spring Valley Hospital, a member of The Valley Health System, is accredited by The Joint Commission, and offers a wide range of healthcare services including emergency, surgery, advanced cardiovascular and neurological care, women’s health, maternity, a Level III neonatal intensive care unit, acute inpatient rehabilitation, and outpatient care for adult and pediatric therapy services and advanced wound healing and hyperbaric medicine.