Certificate of Occupancy

Richard Hart, MD, DrPH, president of Loma Linda University Health, and Kerry Heinrich, JD, executive vice president for hospital affairs, hold the Certificate of Occupancy from California’s Office of Statewide Planning and Development.

California’s Office of Statewide Planning and Development has approved the Certificate of Occupancy for Loma Linda University Health’s Dennis and Carol Troesh Medical Campus, which includes the new adult hospital tower and the Children’s Hospital expansion tower. 

This earning of this certificate, received on April 28, means LLUH may now pursue hospital licensing for the facility from the California Department of Public Health.

Physicians, nurses, staff, and volunteers will soon undergo training to familiarize themselves with their new workspace and equipment before the first patients enter the hospital later this summer.

See stories and more information on Loma Linda University Health’s Campus Transformation Project at its webpage.