Brain Rehab Center Leases Space at Tarzana Medical Atrium


The Centre for Neuro Skills signed a 10-year lease for 24,500 square feet at the newly developed Tarzana Medical Atrium in Tarzana, Calif.

SEE ALSO: DC’s Office Market Eyes Brighter Future As Biden Takes Office, Vaccines Roll Out 

The brain injury rehabilitation center is relocating from its current location in Encino to the medical office, which is adjacent to the Providence Tarzana Medical Center campus, according to information from Medical Asset Management, which developed the Atrium building. 

The 90,000-square-foot building, at 5411 Etiwanda Avenue, is scheduled to open in January.

The Centre for Neuro Skills’ new clinic will accommodate up to 66 patients and 75 staff, which gives the current 55-member staff room to grow, according to Medical Asset Management. 

Dr. Mark Ashley, the CEO and founder of the Centre for Neuro Skills, said that the ample new space will improve the quality of care for the center’s patients. “The new location at Tarzana Medical Atrium will allow us to serve more patients and increase access to our state-of-the-art programs and treatment,” he said in a prepared statement. 

Providence has also leased space in the three-story building, as Commercial Observer previously reported. The hospital will soon be jointly owned by Providence Health & Services and Cedars-Sinai, and will be renamed the Providence-Cedars Sinai Tarzana Medical Center.