Maricopa Integrated Health System is breaking ground Jan. 29 for its West Valley Primary and Specialty Care Center in Peoria.
The 127,000-square-foot health clinic will be built on 20 acres at Grand Avenue and Cotton Crossing. Hobbs+Black Architects designed the project, while Okland Construction is the general contractor.
Daily average staffing of the facility will be around 150. The number of staff assigned to the site is 322 — with some staffers on site one or two days a week.
Last fall, the Maricopa County Special Health Care District board of directors unanimously voted to expand health services in the West Valley.
The new $70 million project will feature an urgent care, dental clinic, dialysis clinic and a procedural platform that includes four operating rooms, two major procedure rooms, pre-operative and recovery bays and onsite sterile processing.