Leichtag Foundation Critical Care Pavilion

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  • Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas Unveils $94M Expansion

    The Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas in North County recently completed its high-profile expansion as an investment of approximately $94 million was finalized. The grand opening of the Leichtag Foundation Critical Care Pavilion was held on July 1st, marking the addition of the new emergency department and inpatient rooms to the existing facilities, as well as a number of other improvements. The name of the new facility was also announced during the opening ceremony, Leichtag Foundation being a local philanthropic organization that has contributed with a total in $10 million back in 2009.

    San Diego 03 July 2014 02:15

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