Northern Valley Indian Health Center has announced plans to construct a new medical clinic on Gibson Road in Woodland, expanding its services.
When complete in the spring of 2021, the 20,000-square-foot facility will provide medical, behavioral and community health services, according to Inder Wadhwa, chief executive officer of Northern Valley Indian Health. Once completed, the clinic will have 14 medical exam rooms, a telehealth room, and behavioral health and administrative offices with room for future expansion.
The clinic will be located in the former Burlington Coat Factory portion of County Fair Mall, which is on the northeast side of the mall, which years ago was occupied by Target.
The new $3.7 million facility will be built by Slater & Son, which has had some crews on site recently prepping the facility for more work once the designs and building permits have been processed by the city.
Plans for the project have been submitted to the Woodland Building Department for review and approval. Once approved, construction is expected to begin this fall and be completed in the spring of 2021.
“We are eager to begin construction on this exciting project,” said Wadhwa. “Next year (2021) marks 50 years of business for NVIH and we are proud to have the ability to expand our healthcare coverage as