Los Angeles-based DOCS Health, which focuses on spine and orthopedics, is breaking ground on a $123 million surgical hospital, Los Angeles Business Journal reported Nov. 6.
The five-story, 58,000 square-foot hospital will replace a smaller building that DOCS Health purchased in 2019, the report said. The hospital is expected to be completed in 2026 and will supplement the practice's spine and orthopedic surgery center.
The facility plans to have four operating theaters, imaging services, 17 inpatient suites and a rooftop garden.
It will be the first specialty hospital in Los Angeles to focus on spine and orthopedic surgery. The new facility comes as DOCS Health outgrew its current space, Khawar Siddique, MD, co-CEO said in the report.