County-USC prepares to replace its outpatient clinics
Two dozen outpatient clinics are to open at the new Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, part of a decades-long effort to replace the hospital. The opening is the first step in a series of gradual moves into the new $1.02-billion facility, which covers 1.5 million square feet over the length of three city blocks and whose highest tower is eight stories.
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