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Tahoe Pacific Hospital (TPH) is nestled at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains near fabulous Lake Tahoe. Located on the 7th floor of Northern Nevada Medical Center and functions as a separate Hospital within NNMC. This facility admitted first patients on November 5, 1996.

Located in Sparks, Nevada, a sister city to Reno in the panoramic Truckee Meadows, Tahoe Pacific is a specialized acute care hospital for medically complex patients. Patient population experiences multi-system complications and/or faolures that require extended hospitalization, specialized treatment programs, and agressive clinical and therapeutic interventions.

Location: 2385 Prater Way, Sparks Nevada 89434 Telephone 775-355-5970 Toll Free: 800-357-5671

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