UC San Diego Health purchased the existing Alvarado Hospital Medical Center, located on approximately 6.05 acres of developed land, and includes a 302-licensed bed acute care hospital, associated structures, and 557 total parking spaces located in a surface lot and structure. The hospital is currently operational and includes two patient towers, providing acute care and post-acute care services, respectively. UC San Diego Health would continue to operate the facility as a hospital, with no expansion in services provided and no increase in the number of licensed hospital beds. The existing post-acute care patient tower is planned to be converted to inpatient behavior health services and the existing acute care patient tower would remain dedicated to acute care services. The structures are compliant with UC seismic safety policy and all other statutory requirements, except for the acute care patient tower which requires seismic-related upgrades to bring the facility into compliance with Senate Bill 1953; the University will construct the necessary seismic retrofits on the acute care patient tower to bring the facility to compliance by 2030.