Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center’s opening put off--again

Los Angeles Times, April 9, 2008

The long-delayed opening of Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center has been postponed again in the aftermath of a water leak. Flooding on several floors and the subsequent repairs and cleanup have forced the hospital to push back a required inspection by the California Department of Public Health. The new facility was originally set to open in late 2004 to replace the campus' half-century-old medical center. But cost overruns and construction delays has put off the opening for years.


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