|SAN JOAQUIN GENERAL HOSPITAL
New Wing Addition
The project is officially titled: Phase 2 Acute Care Patient
Wing Expansion. The Office of Statewide Health Planning
and Development (OSHPD) approved the initial Phase 2
expansion architectural plans on February 9, 2016. The
Sacramento firm of Otto Construction has been awarded
the contract to construct the building, along with the firms
of AECOM managing the construction phases with Hammel
Green and Abrahamson, project architects providing
construction administration and planning. A completion
date for the entire project is set for July of 2019. The entire
project has been budgeted for $34,698,000.
The new wing will function as a modern replacement for
some of the Hospital’s services, which are still being provided
in the original brick “tower building” constructed in 1934. The
new acute care wing will function as another positive step for
the Hospital to advance from a Level III Trauma Center to a
Level II Trauma Center in the foreseeable future.
TO ITS HOSPITAL STAFF
San Joaquin County neurosurgery is now being performed at
San Joaquin General Hospital. The three neurosurgeons will
see patients at their Stockton location, 2209 N. California St.,
and at the main hospital in French Camp.
Moris Senegor, MD University of Chicago Pritzer
School of Medicine, internship and neurosurgical residency
at University of Chicago. Fellow of the American Association
of Neurological Surgeons.
Azeem Oladunjoye, MD Medical College of Georgia
School of Medicine. Internship and neurosurgical residency at
the University of California, Davis. Member of the Congress of
Abbas Bahari, MD University of Belgrade Faculty of
Medicine medical school, internship at the Morehouse
School of Medicine Atlanta, Residencies at the University
of Washington, Spine Fellowship at the University of Virginia
and the Henry Ford Hospital - Wayne State University.