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There’s a new medical office building in downtown Fresno that opens Monday

Crews work on the new medical office building on the Community Regional Medical Center campus in downtown Fresno on Tuesday, April 4, 2017.
Crews work on the new medical office building on the Community Regional Medical Center campus in downtown Fresno on Tuesday, April 4, 2017. ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

A new building at the Community Regional Medical Center campus in downtown Fresno opens Monday for doctors to see babies and children, and for nurses to teach people with diabetes how to stay healthy.

The five-story North Medical Plaza at 215 N. Fresno St. is 180,000 square feet and includes space for Community Diabetes Education and the Community Outpatient Rehabilitation Center. It also will house Pediatric Specialties, which includes cardiology, endocrinology, cystic fibrosis, nephrology, hematology, high-risk infant care, pulmonology, neurology, adolescent services, rheumatology, development pediatrics and more.

For more information about the diabetes education, call 559-459-1763; rehabilitation, 559-459-1842; pediatric specialties, 559-459-2327.

Barbara Anderson: 559-441-6310, @beehealthwriter

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