At the Heart of Healthcare
Eisenhower Health is embarking on an exciting new venture to revolutionize cardiovascular healthcare in the Coachella Valley. With unanimous approval from the council in mid-2023, plans have been set in motion for the construction of the Eisenhower Health Cardiovascular Clinic Building, a remarkable four-story outpatient cardiology center that will replace the existing 20-year-old one-story building.
The American Heart Association estimates that the number of people diagnosed with heart failure in the United States will rise to 46% by 2030. This expansion is essential to ensure that Eisenhower Health can continue to deliver exceptional cardiovascular care to meet the needs of the community. This new facility, spanning an impressive 128,000 square feet, will more than double the number of cardiac providers who utilize state-of-the-art minimally invasive treatments for patients who were previously only treated by surgical intervention. This facility will provide a “one-stop shop” for additional advanced outpatient cardiology diagnostics. The resulting CVCB will consist of 108 cardiac exam rooms in support of over 40 providers and will expand their outpatient cardiology services to include echocardiology, pacemaker and heart failure clinics, vascular ultrasound, stress echo/treadmill and nuclear medicine D-SPECT imaging capability.
The project will be executed in two phases. The first phase will involve the construction of the four-story building and a dedicated parking area, providing enhanced accessibility for patients. The second phase will witness the creation of a complimentary three-story building, featuring a central courtyard and an underground parking lot to optimize space utilization and the patient experience.
The Eisenhower Cardiovascular Clinic Building represents a significant stride toward advancing cardiovascular care in the Coachella Valley. With its innovative design, comprehensive services, and commitment to meeting the community’s evolving healthcare needs, this state-of-the-art facility will serve as a beacon of hope and healing for generations to come.