Medical center planned in Angels

By Mike Morris, The Union Democrat

PUBLIC MEETING: Angels Camp Planning Commission, 6 p.m. Thursday, May 29, Angels Fire House, 1404 Vallecito Road.

The Angels Camp Planning Commission next week will consider Mark Twain Medical Center's plans to build a new, two-story medical clinic.

The 15,416 square-foot clinic, which would replace Mark Twain's family medical center at 222 S. Main St. in Angels Camp, would be built on Dogtown Road near the intersection of Highways 4 and 49.

"Since I've been here, it's the biggest project square-footage-wise," said David Hanham, the city's planning director for the past six years.

The new outpatient medical clinic is proposed to have a family medical center and other services on the first floor, while physical therapy, an imaging area and conference room will be on the second floor.

Twenty-four employees, including doctors and physician assistants, are expected to work at the clinic.

Plans include 101 parking spaces.

For the complete story, see the May 20, 2014, edition of The Union Democrat.

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