University of California Irvine Health plans to build a $221 million facility for advanced care, which will house children’s health, adult specialty care and urgent care services in Irvine.
Building of the 168,000-square-foot UCI Health Center for Advanced Care is slated to start in 2021 and wrap up in late 2022.
The facility aims to be a one-stop outpatient care facility for adults and children.
The facility’s center for child health will provide pediatric outpatient services and become the new home for UC-Irvine’s center for autism and neurodevelopmental disorders. It also will offer primary and specialty care services, laboratory, radiology and imaging services and urgent care for adults.
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