Dreyfuss & Blackford Architecture has released design concepts for a planned Sutter Health adult health center in Sacramento’s River District, where construction has already begun.

By summer, Sutter plans to have completed transformation of a 45,000-square-foot office park into a new location for the health system’s Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, or PACE.

Features at the new center at 444 North Third St. include an open therapy room with high ceilings, a full commercial kitchen and areas for performances, crafts, gardening, meals and salon appointments. When the center was approved by the city last May, Sutter described PACE as offering outpatient treatment for seniors and older adults as a way to prevent premature placements in nursing homes. Site renovations will also create 10,000 square feet of courtyards for recreational and physical therapy uses.

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Ben van der Meer | Staff Writer | Sacramento Business Journal
January 9, 2018