Would you feel weird going to the mall to go to your doctor? The Consumerist reports that,
Malls have relatively cheap rent, plentiful parking, and are in need of steady tenants. This equates to an expansion of health care facilities in malls, and not just urgent care facilities. Putting medical offices inside malls both draws customers in and ensures that the center has steady, long-term tenants that offer a service customers can’t buy online. Cedars-Sinai Hospital recently added an outpatient center to a mixed-use center in Los Angeles, and vice president for health care services for real estate services giant CBRE told Bloomberg, “I think from Cedars’ perspective, that’s how you capture the younger demographic.”
I mean, it could be a convenient or it could be a pain.