The Hospitals of Providence (THOP) broke ground on its second micro-hospital, THOP Northeast Campus.
THOP CEO Sally Deitch and her team made the decision to build the new campus after serving more than 30,000 patients per year at THOP’s freestanding emergency room in Northeast El Paso.
“The need for healthcare services in El Paso is growing tremendously, and The Hospitals of Providence are committed to meeting those needs.” said Sally.
THOP Northeast Campus is modeled after the network’s first micro-hospital, Horizon City Campus, which opened in September 2017. THOP collaborated with Emerus, a leader in micro-hospital development, to build the facility, which will include an emergency room with seven beds, a triage room and eight inpatient beds. The facilities are part of Tenet’s broader strategy to expand access to care into growing communities through smaller, alternate care settings that provide emergency and inpatient care services.
"In addition to providing much needed care, the facility also brings nearly 90 jobs to the Northeast El Paso area,” said Allie Lozano, CEO of THOP Northeast Campus and Horizon City Campus. “We’re thrilled to continue to support this thriving community.”
THOP Northeast Campus is set to open in November 2018.