“This job is in our backyard,” said Leroy Moore, job coordinator for ABU. “Whatever it takes to build that, all that it takes is out here.”
The university is building a 289-bed medical center that will serve women, children and cancer patients. It is slated to open in 2014.
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Read UCSF's Press release on the issue.
Read article "UCSF agrees to hire more San Francisco residents for hospital project" at SF Business Times.