The Summit Mall in South Reno is home to new modern family practice clinic being managed by the Renown Health Group. The primary focus of the new clinic is to initially be a primary care service and laboratory for screening results. Renown Health has future plans to expand their facilities to include other services, but are not yet disclosing exactly what the plans are for the facility at this time. The 10,000 square foot clinic will staff 11 employees among them will be one physician and one nurse practitioner. The new Renown clinic replaced its predecessor Jos. A Bank along with two other vacant storefronts in its current location.
Carson City’s, Shaheen Beauchamp Builders LLC, headed up the project as the primary contractor, while Reno-based Eric Fong of MBA Architects + Interior Design took on the architect role along with Forbes Engineering as the structural engineer, and MSA Engineering Consultants took on the mechanical, plumbing, and electrical engineering roles. Also on the project were dozens of other sub-contractors but not all of them were mentioned by name.
“We had been looking at making a big push in primary care clinics,” Dr. McCormack said. “It appears as more people come into the region, they’re either moving into South Reno or in Spanish Springs.”
The clinic as Renowns newest addition will now have 13 locations spread across Reno-Sparks, Carson City, Fallon Fernley and the Caughlin Ranch area providing primary care clinics and other vital health services.
In a telephone interview with NNBW, Dr. McCormack the director of Renown Medical Group expressed that this new clinic was also being designed to provide more than just medical services in a comfortable setting. The clinic is to be designed with flexibility in mind for conferences, meetings, and doctor-patient consultations as well.

Renown Health has been providing health services in the Nevada area since 1862. Formerly known as Washoe Health Systems and initially providing smallpox vaccinations as it primary focus the group is very well known in the area. In 1984 the health provider transitioned into a private for-profit network but has since become a not-for-profit organization. In 2014, Renown Health was one of only four facilities in the world to perform surgery with the da Vinci Xi. Now Renown is the only locally governed not-for-profit network in Reno. Renown, Stanford Children’s, and Standford University have partnered to provide a crucial state of the art health service in Reno unmatched by none. Renown’s Board is comprised of some of the world’s leading practitioners in the world making them a very responsible and successful modern medicine facility aimed at serving the community.