Medical Pavilion


Making access to health care services in Henderson easier.

The groundbreaking ceremony for the Dignity Health Medical Pavilion at Galleria took place Tuesday, March 22, 2016, with executives from Dignity Health Nevada, Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging, Quest Diagnostics, and local government officials participating.

The new Pavilion will be a one-stop shop providing convenient access to primary, specialty, urgent, and diagnostic health care services once it opens in summer 2017.

The 27,000+ square foot facility, located at the corner of Galleria Dr. and Gibson Rd., in Henderson, will house the following services:

 

  • Dignity Health Medical Group Nevada physicians and staff, backed by the rich heritage of Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican, will provide convenient, personalized primary and specialty care for you and your family, even offering appointments on Saturdays. Our team treats patients the way they would want their own loved ones treated, doing their best to ensure every patient experience is warm and friendly.

  • Dignity Health Urgent Care – If you need to be seen by a doctor – fast – but don’t need an Emergency Room, the new Dignity Health Urgent Care walk-in clinic is for you. Staffed by urgent care physicians and advanced practice clinicians from Dignity Health, they will be available 12 hours a day and have the resources you need to get you back on the path to wellness.

  • Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging, a leader in imaging services in southern Nevada, has been providing medical imaging services since they opened their first office in 1988. Their standards of excellence in patient care and technology have gained national and international recognition, and they will provide patient-friendly services in this new location.

  • Quest Diagnostics, the world’s leading provider of diagnostic information services, offers the most extensive clinical testing network in the United States. Their location in the Medical Pavilion will make blood draw services available to even more southern Nevadans.
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