New ambulatory clinic to open in San Gabriel Valley
Keck Medicine of USC is expanding its network of ambulatory clinics with a new location in Southern California’s San Gabriel Valley. Located at 125 W. Huntington Drive in Arcadia, the newly constructed three-story, 33,000-square-foot clinic will begin opening in fall 2018 and will offer a wide range of primary care and specialty services. The expansion into the San Gabriel Valley reflects Keck Medicine’s ongoing commitment to bring its highly specialized clinical expertise closer to communities throughout the Southland.
The multispecialty clinic will be home to family medicine and primary care providers, as well as specialists in gastroenterology, otolaryngology and head and neck surgery, neurology, gynecology, dermatology, urology, radiation oncology, medical oncology, surgical oncology, breast cancer surgery and colorectal cancer surgery. Featuring views of the San Gabriel Mountains and overlooking Santa Anita Park, the clinic will also include a radiation therapy center, infusion treatment center and pharmacy.
“Keck Medicine of USC is in a period of unprecedented growth, with demand increasing for our complex care,” said Shawn Sheffield, MBA, MHA, chief strategy and business development officer. “We conducted an extensive data-driven analysis to identify areas in the Los Angeles basin with unmet health care needs, and we believe that Arcadia is an ideal place to expand our network of multispecialty ambulatory clinics.”
In the last year, Keck Medicine has opened four new ambulatory clinics, including the 120,000-square-foot Norris Healthcare Center on USC’s Health Sciences Campus. The Arcadia clinic joins Keck Medicine’s community multispecialty footprint that currently has locations in Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, Irvine, downtown Los Angeles, Pasadena, La Cañada, Glendale, Beverly Hills and Palmdale.
“By opening this multispecialty clinic in Arcadia, we are bringing our expertise and world-class care to the doorstep of our neighbors in the San Gabriel Valley,” said Smitha Ravipudi, MPH, chief operating officer of USC Care and Ambulatory Services.
— Erica Rheinschild