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Sutter Health Sign Goes Up on New Women’s and Children’s Center

Posted by on Apr 17, 2015 | 0 comments

ALWCC 4_17 aThe Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento sign was installed today on the left side of the top level of the new Anderson Lucchetti Women’s and Children’s Center by construction workers.

Because the new acute-care facility is a half-block distance from the Capital City Freeway, the sign can be seen by travelers and commuters.

The signage matches the rebranding that the Sutter Health network of hospitals, doctors and medical foundations undertook in the past couple of years, with the new Plus logo and the name of the facility — Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento — underneath the bolder Sutter Health name. Read More

Check Out Before and After Photos of the Expanded Midtown Campus

Posted by on Apr 15, 2015 | 0 comments

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Looking to the east. Notice how the new Anderson Lucchetti Women’s and Children’s Center really dwarfs the Old Tavern.

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A closer look of the campus looking toward the east.

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The view of the campus looking west.

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A look at the expanded campus looking southwest. At the top of the recent photo you can see the Sutter Community Garage.

During his time off, Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento Anesthesiologist Hal Humphreys, M.D., likes to soar among the clouds in his Cessna 182. He recently took Senior Media Producer John Milne up to take photos and video. John then matched some of the shots to ones he took before the SMCS expansion construction began. The photos show what Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson called “a model in-fill project.” The existing Sutter buildings on the left are Sutter General Hospital, Sutter Cancer Center (now called the Buhler Specialty Pavilion) and the Old Tavern. On the right side of each set of photos includes the addition of the Anderson Lucchetti Women’s and Children’s Center and the Sutter Capitol Pavilion, along with a series of bridges or spanning structures connecting the entire campus. Click on each photo to see a larger version of it.