October 19, 2017
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Beaver Medical Group Announces Facilities Expansion in Banning/Beaumont Community

BEAUMONT, Calif. , October 12 /Businesswire/ - Beaver Medical Group announced it is strengthening and expanding its commitment to the Banning/Beaumont community with the planned openings in 2019 of two new state-of-the-art facilities to serve Beaver patients. These two projects, one located in Beaumont and the other in Banning, represent Beaver Medical Group’s most ambitious expansion project to-date in the area. With these two new facilities, Beaver will nearly double its current footprint in the Banning Beaumont area as well as the services it will be offering its patients.

Beaver Medical Group has executed a long-term lease for a new, three-story office building, which will encompass 44,357 square feet, in the Sundance Corporate Center at the intersection of Highland Springs Avenue and East Eighth Street in Beaumont. The new building is expected to open in 2019.

This location will replace and substantially improve upon the existing urgent care center at Highland Springs, where the lease is up in July 2019. The new facility will include an urgent care center with expanded hours and services, laboratory services and radiology/imaging services. Beaver Medical Group, with an eye toward the future, has also negotiated an option to lease an additional 86,000 square feet of space at the Sundance Corporate Center to support additional patient growth.

Beaver Medical Group will also build a 36,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility on the north side of Sun Lakes Boulevard near The Lakes Assisted Living and Memory Care retirement community in Banning. The two-story structure will house senior-focused primary care and specialty physicians.

“Beaver Medical Group has been in the Banning/Beaumont community for decades and will be for decades to come,” stated John Goodman, administrator of Beaver Medical Group. “We are committed to providing top-quality healthcare to the community’s current population and future generations. This expansion of Beaver’s services is necessary to meet the healthcare demands of a growing region.”

“The depth of the commitment by Beaver Medical Group to this community is immeasurable,” stated Jan Harriman, Development Manager of the Sundance Corporate Center. “We are pleased to see a top-rated physician group and exceptional corporate citizen like Beaver Medical Group make this long-term commitment to the region. Their objective to greatly improve patients' ability to receive superior medical care in their own community is punctuated by the decisive and bold commitment to these two new properties. The new projects are destined to raise the bar on the medical care offered now and is without question, a significant win for the residents of Beaumont, Banning, Cherry Valley and beyond.”

Beaver Medical Group currently has more than 80 doctors serving 40,000 patients in the Banning/Beaumont area. In addition to the local hospitals, Beaver has three facilities for patients in the Banning/Beaumont community: the Banning Primary Care Center, the Banning Specialty Care Center and the Highland Springs Medical Plaza and Urgent Care.

Beaver is one of the oldest medical groups in California. It first opened its doors in Redlands in 1945, and today it is the largest medical group in the Inland Empire with more than 200 doctors. For more information visit www.BeaverMedicalGroup.com


STORY TAGS: Seniors, Women, United States, North America, Health, Hospitals, California, Radiology, Product/Service, Consumer, Family, Men, Managed Care,

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