Renown Health Expands in Reno

Renown Health is a non-profit, locally owned, health care network based in Reno, NV. They have multiple locations to serve Reno residents including their newest clinic at The Summit Mall in South Reno. The clinic will provide primary care services and will be augmented by a medical laboratory. The facility is capable of expansion which will be determined in the future. A conference room could be a possibility.

The clinic is designed to be unintimidating and provide a comfortable feeling according to Dr. McCormack, medical director of Renown Medical Group. It will resemble a living room setting to put patients at ease. The staff will total 11 people when the clinic opens. The facility encompasses over 10,000 square feet, taking over three previous store fronts.

The renovations were overseen by general contractor Shaheen Beauchamp Builders LLC.

The building’s design was done by Eric Fong of MBA Architects + Interior Design. Structural engineering was accomplished by Forbes Engineering and MSA Engineering Consultants worked on mechanical, plumbing and electrical engineering.

Dr. McCormack has indicated that Renown Health is looking to add more clinics in South Reno. The area has been growing in population and economic opportunity is expanding. Renown health now operates 12 clinics spread among Reno-Sparks, Carson City, Fallon, and Fernley. There is also a primary healthcare clinic in the Caughlin Ranch area. Click here to know more.

Renown Health is committed to the local areas in which they serve. Because they are not-for-profit, all resources can be reinvested into strengthening their operations and continuing to provide quality medical services to their patients.

Local citizens have a strong say in how the organization is managed. Community members are heavily involved with Renown Health with their participation in advisory roles. Many also serve on boards including the important Renown Health Board which is responsible for the strategic vision and direction of the entire organization.

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