Medical Construction & Design

JAN-FEB 2016

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10 Medical Construction & Design | JA N UA RY/ F EBRUA RY 2016 | MCDM AG.COM Projects completed & upcoming Grandview: Kieran Reynolds; The Villages: Michael Peck New Tower Opens at The Villages Regional Hospital Construction manager Robins & Morton and architect Earl Swensson Associates were on hand recently to celebrate the grand open- ing of The Villages Regional Hospital's new patient tower addition at a ceremony on the hospital's campus. The addition was 177,018 square feet of new construction, which included a verti- cal expansion of the new North Tower and 28,253 square feet of renovation. The fi rst fl oor expansion included three new operat- ing rooms, 16 emergency department exam rooms, 25 pre/post exam rooms and addi- tions to surgery discharge and the lobby. The second fl oor houses shell space for catheter- ization laboratory services, while the third fl oor includes 32 intensive care unit beds, consolidating all ICU beds to this fl oor. The medical/surgical beds are on the fourth fl oor and, in 2016, a 22-room rehabilitation unit will open on the fi fth fl oor. Fitting In Three New Clinics in Oklahoma Feature Modular Prototype CallisonRTKL recently completed three new Warren Clinics, a division of the Saint Francis Health System, in the Tulsa, Oklahoma region. Each clinic, South Memorial (built by Cowen Construction), Tulsa Hills (built by Rupe Building Company) and North Broken Arrow (built by Ross Group), provides urgent care, radiology, lab and clinical functions, primary care and specialty services. The clinics are a branded, modular health prototype, which can adapt in various configurations to multiple sites. Each clinic features an on-stage, off-stage method, allowing patients to go directly to the room where they will be seen instead of spending time in a waiting room with other patients. This method provides more privacy and improves overall patient experience satisfaction. The organization's brand is reinforced by incorporating the color pink, a dominant feature of other Saint Francis facilities, through exterior glass walls infused with pink tones. A "Light from Above" concept was also incorporated using natural light as a primary driver within the design and providing direct access to exterior views. New CTCA Inpatient Tower Designed for Comfort, Convenience A grand opening was recently held for a new six-story inpatient tower at Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Midwestern Regional Medical Center in Zion, Illinois. The 168,078-square-foot, $84-million expansion is inspired by the patients it will benefi t, and will serve as the centerpiece of a campus-wide modernization spurred by 48 percent, fi ve-year new patient growth. The new tower of ers 72 single-occupancy inpatient oncology rooms, and common space designed to bring comfort and convenience to patients. Dewberry designed the new inpatient tower, while Riley Construction built the facility. Amenities include family lounges on each fl oor, an outdoor courtyard and garden, a patient bistro and dining hall and a culinary demonstration kitchen where patients and caregivers learn healthy cooking strategies. Set to open in June of 2016, the inpatient tower will also incorporate 48 guest quarters, hotel- like accommodations for outpatients and family members and caregivers of inpatients so they are close to loved ones. Grandview Medical Center Makes Grand Entrance A grand opening was recently held for Grandview Medical Center in Birmingham, Alabama, a project which originally began in 2002 as a digital hospital. Brasfi eld & Gorrie and strategic partner A.G. Gaston served as construction managers. ESa designed the facil- ity. The scope of work included the build-out of a 12-story, 1-million-square-foot hospital. The new facility consists of 12 fl oors and 372 beds, along with a Level III Trauma Center, helicopter-landing pad, certifi ed Chest Pain Center, a Hybrid OR and 30 operating rooms. Visitors to the campus will be greeted by a digital wayfi nd- ing system to help them fi nd their way around the campus. The adjacent medical offi ce build- ing consists of 220,000 square feet and houses a sleep lab, wound care center and cardiac rehab unit, in addition to various physician offi ce spaces. There are more than 600 primary and specialty care physicians on medical staff.

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