Tri-City Healthcare District has announced a partnership with UC San Diego Health to enhance healthcare services in the US region.
Under a joint powers agreement, UC San Diego Health will provide administrative, clinical, and operational management with guidance from a diverse community board.
The collaboration aims to offer affordable and accessible healthcare across various specialties.
Upon the completion of a final agreement, UC San Diego Health will work alongside Tri-City’s staff and providers to expand specialty programmes. These include pregnancy and gynaecology, cancer, cardiovascular, neurosurgical, and behavioural health services.
The alliance also plans to re-establish labour and delivery services in the future.
It will involve the creation of a nine-member community board to advise UC San Diego Health on strategic and operational decisions.
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Furthermore, UC San Diego Health aims to enhance cancer care at Tri-City.
The redevelopment plans for Tri-City may cover a range of services.
Among these are an infusion centre, radiation oncology, cancer clinics, clinical trials, genetic counselling, and patient counselling and therapy, providing patients with access to advanced cancer treatments.
The 799-bed UC San Diego Health is an academic health system with multiple primary, same-day, and specialty care clinics in the region.
Currently, it is reinvigorating its medical centre campus, with plans for a new outpatient surgical centre.
UC San Diego Health includes UC San Diego Medical Center, Jacobs Medical Center, Sulpizio Cardiovascular Center, Moores Cancer Center, Shiley Eye Institute, Koman Family Outpatient Pavilion, and Altman Clinical and Translational Research Institute.