Stanford hospital to turn gym into spine, orthopedic center

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Stanford Health Care-ValleyCare is repurposing an 80,000-square-foot gym at its Livermore (Calif.) campus into a specialty facility that will provide spine, orthopedic and gastrointestinal care, according to The Independent.

The LifeStyleRx  gym, which had been losing money, will close April 10 to support a rising volume of patients with specialty care needs, according to the report.

The Livermore campus features a range of services, including diagnostic imaging, a gastroenterology lab, sports medicine, medical offices and urgent care. It also has an ASC, into which Stanford Health Care-ValleyCare is investing $7 million for upgrades.

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