Officials break ground for Ramona clinic

Sentinel photo/Maureen Robertson

Palomar Health officials, Arch Health Partners physicians and residents involved with bringing expanded medical care to Ramona prepare to break ground for the new clinic at a special event Wednesday, June 20.

About 135 people attended the groundbreaking ceremony that was open to the public. Among the speakers were Palomar Health Chief Executive Officer Michael Covert and Dr. Marcelo Rivera, chair of Palomar Health’s Facilities and Grounds Committee and Ramona resident.

The Ramona Ambulatory Care Center will be on 13th Street across from the Ramona Library and will offer  services for primary care, urgent care, X-rays, and lab work. Palomar Health officials are estimating construction will take 12 to 13  months to complete.

Sentinel photo/Karen Brainard

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