Ventura County Approves Funds for Clinic Expansion
On Tuesday, the Ventura County Board of Supervisors approved a plan to provide up to $4 million to help finance the expansion of the Magnolia Family Health Clinic, one of the county's largest public medical clinics. The project will allow the clinic to increase its services in urgent care, primary care and specialty care with 27 additional exam rooms, a procedure room and space for fetal testing. Stan Patterson, the medical director of the clinic, said the project could be completed by June 2012. He added that the number of patients the facility serves annually could rise from 55,000 to 75,000.
- "$4 Million in Financing Approved for Magnolia Clinic Expansion" (Wilson, Ventura County Star, 10/25).