The new Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) Center for Cosmetic Surgery opened for patient care on Monday, July 13, 2015.
The new center, located at 715 Altos Oaks Drive in Los Altos, provides the latest advances in surgical and non-surgical cosmetic treatments, offering patients a full range of cosmetic surgery and aesthetic services, including facial and body contouring and skin rejuvenation services. The center includes eight exam rooms, two treatment rooms, two operating suites, separate entrances and exits for added privacy and ample parking behind the building. Read More about PAMF Center for Cosmetic Surgery Opens
Six physician organizations in the Sutter Medical Network, including all five medical foundations, received “Elite” status in the 2015 CAPG Standards of Excellence Survey™—the highest possible honor awarded by the CAPG professional organization. The annual survey measures medical group infrastructure against multiple criteria such as patient experience, population health and affordability. Read More about PAMF Receives Highest Rating for Patient Care
$3M in community donations builds remodeled space for interdisciplinary care
The Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) is advancing the delivery of geriatric services and palliative care in a newly expanded interdisciplinary setting, scheduled to open June 15, 2015 at its Palo Alto campus. Named the Guzik Family Center on behalf of a generous family donation, the new 2,500 foot Center was built with $3 million in charitable donations from the community.
“Every day, our geriatrics and palliative care teams deliver the very best care possible to help patients navigate their unique aging and health care journeys,” said Albert Lam, M.D., director of geriatric medicine at PAMF. “We are deeply honored that the community has reinforced our commitment to excellence and coordinated care by generously helping to fund this new center – an investment that will give back to the community for generations to come.” Read More about Geriatric & Palliative Care Center Opens
The new Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) Los Gatos Center is scheduled to open for patient care on Monday, June 22, 2015.
Services at the new 40,000-square-foot medical building, located at 15400 Los Gatos Blvd., will provide primary care – Pediatrics, Family Medicine and Internal Medicine – as well as digital imaging services, a laboratory, and an urgent care center that will be open 365 days a year. The new building includes 51 exam rooms, four treatment rooms, one anti-coagulation room, two observation rooms and one radiology room. Ample underground parking is available.
On Monday, June 8, 2015, the newly renovated Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) medical building at 401 Old San Francisco Road in Sunnyvale reopens for patient care. The refurbished building is located across the street from the new Sunnyvale Center, which opened in August 2013.
Demolition of the interior of the building at 401 San Francisco Road began in October 2014 and the entire renovation took eight months. The exterior of the building remains unchanged.