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Take the video tour of the new UC Davis Medical Center’s Surgery and Emergency Services Pavilion

UC Davis Medical Center: Meeting the critical care needs of a growing communityAfter nearly 10 years of planning and construction, UC Davis Medical Center’s Surgery and Emergency Services Pavilion opens to patients, families and visitors this fall.

The 472,000-square-foot pavilion combines the latest in technological advances with a focus on patient care to allow UC Davis to meet a growing community’s critical health needs. The new structure includes the Michael W. Chapman Emergency and Trauma Center, technology-enabled surgery suites that allow UC Davis surgical teams to collaborate with experts around the world in real-time using audio and video streaming capabilities, a world-class cardiovascular center, an expanded Firefighters Burn Institute Regional Burn Center, a robotic-enabled pathology laboratory, and advanced imaging services. The addition of the Surgery and Emergency Services Pavilion to UC Davis Medical Center ensures that UC Davis is well positioned now, and for decades to come, to care for the individuals and families it serves, whether they are in the Sacramento region, across the country or around the globe.

 
Left: Celebrating the historic ribbon-cutting of the UC Davis Medical Center’s Surgery and Emergency Services Pavilion are (left to right) UC Davis Medical Center CEO Ann Madden Rice, UC Davis Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi, UC Davis Orthopaedics Professor Emeritus Michael W. Chapman, Firefighters Burn Institute Executive Director Emeritus Capt. Cliff Haskell (ret.), Rep. Doris Matsui, and UC Davis Health System CEO Claire Pomeroy.
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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UC Davis Health

Fall 2010

Fall 2010 Issue Cover
Fall 2010 Issue

The need is significant. More than 81 million Americans over age 20 have one or more types of cardiovascular disease such as high blood pressure, coronary heart disease or congestive heart failure. Peripheral vascular disease is estimated to affect up to 10 million Americans. UC Davis Health System is improving cardiovascular health through state-of-the-art patient care, cutting-edge research, education and outreach.

UC Davis Medical Center: Meeting the critical care needs of a growing community

Visitors fill the new hallways

Robotic-assisted laboratory testing

The Battistella Meditation Room/All Faith Chapel

UC Davis Medical Center’s new entrance on X Street

State-of-the-art cardiac catheterization lab

An expanded burn unit

Visitors enjoying the new building

Bright, spacious cafeteria