Construction of  the Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center, a $644 million joint  venture between Providence Health  & Services  and Cedars-Sinai,  is  on track to be  completed by 2023.  

Work on the  medical  center began in  2017  to widen access to care for residents  and meet state seismic requirements in buildings.  The seismic retrofit of the medical center was
 completed in  July.  

During the construction project, called Tarzana Reimagined, parts of the medical center are still used for patient care. Construction is slated to complete a new main lobby  by June 2022 and a patient tower by 2023. The patient  tower  topped out in November 2020 and  will have a  first floor  that  features  a  32-bed emergency room.  Per the joint venture agreement, 49 percent of the project’s  bill is funded by Cedars-Sinai  and the remainder by Providence.  


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