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New emergency care, senior facilities planned

 

June 16, 2021

MOSAIC CEO Doug Sproul outlines plans for Wiley Creek Commuinity as Lebanon Samaritan Community Hospital CEO Marty Cahill, left, and Samaritan President/CEO Doug Boysen listen during a news conference announcing the sale of Wiley Creek to Mosaic.

Long-awaited, big healthcare changes are coming to Sweet Home, city and corporate officials announced Thursday, June 10, during a meeting hosted by Wiley Creek Community.

The senior residence facility will be sold to Salem-based Mosaic Management, Inc., which will continue its operation, and a new 15,000-square-foot primary and urgent care clinic will be built on the 42-acre site by Samaritan Health next door to the existing facility, Marty Cahill, CEO of Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital, announced.

Cahill said he expects the design and construction process for the urgent care facility...



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