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Sutter Medical Center Breaks Ground on Historic Women's and Children's Center
Date:10/13/2008

New facility will offer the highest level of neonatal, pediatric and

maternity services

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Oct. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- More than a dozen children born or treated at Sutter Memorial Hospital, Sutter officials and community leaders "broke sand" today in a giant sandbox on the site where Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento's state-of-the-art Anderson Lucchetti Women's and Children's Center will soon stand in 2011.

"When this facility opens, it will be among the finest hospitals for birthing and children's services in the state. The new hospital combines the renowned expertise and reputation of Sutter Memorial Hospital with the latest and best technology in a unique atmosphere that will promote healing," said Tom Gagen, CEO of Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento. "Who better to celebrate the construction of this new hospital with a ceremonial 'sand-breaking' than the parents and children who have been the beneficiaries of Sutter Memorial's long history of world-class service?"

The 242-bed Anderson Lucchetti Women's and Children's Center will be an eight-story, 395,241-square-foot building located across L Street from the Ose Adams Medical Pavilion (currently known as Sutter General Hospital) and to the east of the existing Sutter Cancer Center and Old Tavern. It will replace Sutter Memorial Hospital, located at 5151 F St., the other acute-care facility under the SMCS umbrella.

At the new Anderson Lucchetti Women's and Children's Center, patients and their families will obtain the highest level of neonatal and pediatric intensive care services, pediatric cardiac care, pediatric neurosurgery services, pediatric cancer services, and high-risk and conventional maternity services. This facility will also feature a life-saving helistop atop the building adjacent to the Capital City Freeway. The Anderson Lucchetti Women's and Children's Center will integrate "healing arts" alongside traditional care off
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