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Uploaded 08/30/2017

Groundbreaking Ceremony for Medical Offices Canyon Country

City officials, Facey and Exer officials broke ground on Soledad Canyon Road to celebrate the start of construction for the Facey Medical Group Canyon Country offices.

Facey Medical Group has been serving the Santa Clarita Valley for more than three decades and is excited to expand care in the community. Ground will be broken for a new 37,000-square-foot medical office building that will house Facey’s primary care physicians and specialists, including the Facey Eye Center and a new Exer Urgent Care Center. Like Facey, Exer, staffed by Emergency Department-trained physicians, is a member of the Providence Health & Services family.

The new Facey Canyon Country will feature enhanced clinical space with room to grow. Facey opened its first Canyon Country office in 1984, and has continue to grow to meet the needs of this community.

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11 Comments for Facey Medical Group: Groundbreaking Ceremony for Medical Offices Canyon Country


  1. Karina Diaz Karina Diaz says:

    As victims of Hurricane Harvey hold on for survival, these ediots are tossing some dirt for a stupid building? What a waste, do some real work or show the folks who actually work their asses off and breaking their backs to get it done

  2. I wanted a Starbucks there not an office building

  3. William Reel William Reel says:

    Just make California a Giant Hospital with a bullet train we can take from room to room for free (errrrr excuse me, gratís). 😝

  4. Right use the building that has been vacant for years on Solidad and not build a new one

  5. They got to spend all that windfall ripping off patient and insurance company.

  6. WOW, Isn’t there a brand new medical building right next to the existing Facey building in Cyn that has sat vacant for yeeeears. This land (where they are going to build) was leveled back in the late 90’s or early 2000’s for a hotel. So lets not build the hotel because we have so many on this side of town, but build a new medical plaza, just a few miles from a brand new, EMPTY, unused medical building. great thinking.

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