In order to co-locate services, expand access and accommodate additional patients, WHF (Winters Healthcare Foundation) built an $8.9M, 15,000 square foot healthcare facility on Grant Avenue in Winters, California next to the new Yolo Federal Credit Union. Construction began in 2018 and was completed in 2020.
The new two-story facility design was designed to provide optimal staffing levels and operational statistics reflective of maximum efficiency. The building supports WHF's relationship-based model of patient centered healthcare. Nearly 9,000 square feet of space is designated for core clinical services, more than tripling the space previously available in their previous location for life cycle primary care offerings. Approximately 6,000 square feet of space dedicated to the provision of medical services while over 2,000 square feet houses a state-of-the-art dental clinic.
Staff work areas are designed to optimize Interdisciplinary care team interaction and collaboration.
Non-clinical areas of the facility account for approximately 5,000 square feet of space and include public areas as well as space for complimentary services designed to promote community wellness and facilitate access to healthcare. Administrative services, information technology, mechanical rooms and staff areas are designed for efficient use of space, preserving employee access without impact to public spaces.