Clark Building at the Palo Alto Center
In 2003, PAMF received a leadership gift of $5 million from the James H. Clark Charitable Foundation, the largest single gift to PAMF in its 72-year history. The building, named after Silicon Graphics and Netscape founder James Clark, will help PAMF serve a patient population that surged after the organization opened its Palo Alto campus in December 1999.
"The Clark family has enabled us to begin to increase our capacity at the Palo Alto site in response to the community's needs," PAMF President and CEO David Druker, M.D., said. "We're committed to providing quality care in our community, and we're grateful to Dr. Clark and other community leaders who decide to partner with us and make it happen."
The three-story, 41,000-square-foot Clark Building, which is located on the Palo Alto campus directly northeast of the Lee and Jamplis buildings, is home to the following departments:
The building also features a health education conference room, a 3-tesla MRI machine, and treatment and procedure rooms.
The Department of Dermatology is located on the second floor. The department features four procedure rooms; 15 stations for medical assistants and nurses; physician offices; two large observation rooms with recliners and TVs for longer procedures that may require monitoring; a dermatology lab; and a phototherapy room.
The Department of Sports Medicine is located on the third floor and includes 18 exam rooms, a cast room and orthotics lab. Radiology, also located on the third floor, features two imaging machines, separate check-in and waiting room, and an image-reading room.
The Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation is located on the first floor, and features a therapy pool, a large exercise area, including state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment equipment. The first floor also features a large conference area for health education, a room for Shared Medical Appointments (SMAs) and a 3-tesla MRI.
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