The entryway rotunda of Kaiser Permanente’s new hospital shows the soothing and healing environment of the new facility which also has a water feature and walking paths. Photo courtesy of Kaiser Permanente

The entryway rotunda of Kaiser Permanente’s new hospital shows the soothing and healing environment of the new facility which also has a water feature and walking paths. Photo courtesy of Kaiser Permanente

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Kaiser’s new hospital in Kearny Mesa is built to Platinum-Level certification by the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED program. The hospital came in $50 million under budget. Photo courtesy of Kaiser Permanente

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Photo courtesy of Kaiser Permanente

— Kaiser Permanente has christened its first new hospital in the San Diego area since 1975, an $850 million facility in Kearny Mesa it says will better integrate care for its 610,000 local members...

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