UC San Diego Jacobs Medical Center (above and below) completed in 2016, rated at SPC-5, the highest category of seismic resilience. Photo courtesy of U.C. San Diego.

UC San Diego Jacobs Medical Center (above and below) completed in 2016, rated at SPC-5, the highest category of seismic resilience. Photo courtesy of U.C. San Diego.

San Diego County’s hospitals and health care systems are planning to spend billions of dollars over the next decade to meet state seismic safety requirements, which mandate that some hospital buildings be upgraded, replaced or taken out of service by 2030...

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