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Hard Hat Hits High Gear

October 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

The walls are up, window glass is placed and the roof is on. But what's going on inside the new North wing at NorthBay Medical Center? If you haven't been on the Fairfield campus in a while, you might be surprised to see such progress on the new three-story structure that has been under construction since 2015.

Construction is set...
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Hospital Expansion Work Ahead of Schedule

August 28, 2018 | 0 Comments

Construction on the three-story addition to NorthBay Medical Center is slightly ahead of schedule, according to Eric VanPelt, project manager for Facilities Development. Construction should be complete in February, but occupation of the facility will occur a few months later, due to safety check and licensing requirements. If all goes well, the facility will be open for patients, families and...
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Construction on Schedule

December 06, 2017 | 0 Comments

Construction progress

The three story addition to NorthBay Medical Center is right on schedule to open in the summer or 2019

The roof will be complete in mid-December and 80 percent of the windows are installed, explained Eric VanPelt, project manager. Work is underway on all three floors of the building. On...
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New Emergency Department Expansion Opens

October 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

NBMC New Lobby

Phase I of NorthBay Medical Center's emergency department expansion project opened Oct. 18. It features a new lobby, eight new patient rooms and an expanded triage area large enough to care for two patients at a time. The expansion fills the hospital's old lobby and the former main...
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