GREENBRAE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--With the release of the final vote tally from the November 5, 2013 election by the Marin County Registrar, Measure F, the $394 million general obligation bond to rebuild Marin General Hospital has passed. The ballot measure passed with 68.49% of the vote.
“We are grateful to the voters of Marin for approving Measure F. The funds from the bond will be used to build a new hospital that is designed to meet new standards of care for the next 60 years,” said Chief Executive Officer, Lee Domanico.
“By passing this bond measure, voters have demonstrated their strong support for Marin General Hospital’s plans to build a modern, earthquake-safe hospital that will serve the community well into the future,” says Jennifer Rienks, Chair, Marin Healthcare District Board of Directors.
Marin General Hospital is a 235-bed full-service acute care hospital which opened in 1952 and is owned by the Marin Healthcare District.