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 After nearly a decade of campaigning, community leaders, county officials and members of the community celebrated the completion of the steel framing for downtown San Jose’s future health clinic this past Friday, February 28 with a beam topping ceremony. The community was invited to sign the final steel beam and watch as a crane hosted the beam on the structure to signify the next step in the construction phase.

“There are so many people who are going to touch this building and it really is a symbol of our community at its best,” said Supervisor Cindy Chavez.

Chavez also applauded the construction workers for achieving a 100 percent accident free work site.

Opening in late 2015,the three-story clinic will be located on Santa Clara and 17th, on the same grounds as the former San Jose Medical Center which closed in 2004.

“We’re hoping we can be instrumental in pushing the governmental entities necessary to guarantee that the downtown community and the growing north San Jose community is provided with the kind of health care that is needed,” said Rosilyn Dean, a longtime healthcare activist and member of the Coalition for Downtown Hospital.

Dean’s involvement with the project, then called “Save San Jose Medical Center”, started in 1999 after it was announced the San Jose Medical Center would close. When the center was officially closed the project evolved to become Coalition for Downtown Hospital.

Nearly $50 million in public funds from 2008’s Measure A have been allocated to construct the future downtown clinic. Reymundo Espinoza, CEO, Gardner Family Health Network, said funding is a key issue.

“You can have all the political will you want, but you have to have a funding strategy. Once the political will was there, the funding strategy, with  Measure A came in,” said Espinoza..

“This is a dream,” said Espinoza recalling a conversation with Supervisor Cindy Chavez from 2003 in which they discussed how a clinic is needed in the downtown area.

“It’s about the dream. It’s about giving hope to people. It’s about helping people live another day. I think that a lot of times that gets lost in all of this it’s not about the bricks and warrants. It’s not about the building. It’s about getting people to help themselves to make a better life for themselves,” said Espinoza.

The future health clinic will be operated by Santa Clara Valley Medical Center and Gardner Family Health Network. The facility will include urgent care services for adults and children, pediatric primary care service, OB/GYN, family medicine and behavioral health services.


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