• PHASE 3 SECTION
  • PHASE 3 SECTION
  • CAMPUS AERIAL NORTH
  • HIGHLAND CAMPUS MAIN ENTRY
  • HIGHLAND CAMPUS MAIN ENTRY
  • HIGHLAND CARE PAVILION NORTHWEST CORNER

Highland Hospital Acute
Tower Replacement Project

Alameda County's Acute Tower Replacement (ATR) Project is a construction project that will rebuild the Highland Hospital acute care tower, which will be operated by Alameda County Medical Center. It is crucial for providing continued healthcare services to the people of Alameda County. When completed in 2017, the project will bring Highland Hospital into compliance with the State of California’s strict seismic safety laws. The ATR Project promises to carry on Highland Hospital's proud traditions and build on its strengths far into the future.

Did You Know?

Highland Hospital is the largest teaching hospital in the East Bay; a reflection of our commitment to training the doctors of tomorrow with residencies in Internal Medicine, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, and Emergency Medicine. In addition, Highland Hospital is home to the UCSF/East Bay General Surgery Residency Program. For more information, see About Highland.

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