Once built, the 70-bed hospital will provide inpatient and outpatient programs, as well as upscale hotel-like amenities, for patients with traumatic brain injuries, concussions, and Parkinson’s disease.
“Our advanced rehabilitation center will specialize in treating traumatic brain injuries of military veterans, first responders, athletes, and the general public. We look at a rehabilitation patient as one who is not sick, but broken, and our job is to get them mended,” explains Richard Fiske, chief executive officer of Dallas-based Cobalt Medical Development, in a media release.
“Cobalt’s hospital and rehabilitation services will be an integral part of the specialized medical services provided at the March LifeCare Medical Campus,” adds Donald Ecker of March Healthcare Development, master developer of March LifeCare.
March LifeCare is a medical city on approximately 236 acres of surplus land on the former March Air Force Base in Riverside County, Calif, per the release.
[Source(s): March Healthcare Development, PR Newswire]