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University of Arizona

Arizona Cancer Center

The Arizona Cancer Center is a new 7 story ambulatory cancer center, being built in coordination with the campus of St. Joseph Hospital. The new facility will provide patients with cancer screening, diagnostic and interventional treatment. Comprehensive imaging services include mammography, radiography, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, PET, MRI and CT. Interventional services include endoscopy, stereotactic biopsy, angiography, cardiac catheterization.

Project Type: 
Academic Medical Center
Specialty
Cancer Center
Mitchell Services: 
Planning
Project Team: 
ZGF / Hensel Phelps

UTMB Health

Victory Lakes Specialty Care Center Expansion

To meet growing demands for the area for more inpatient and surgical services, UTMB Health is converting an existing Ambulatory Surgical facility into a community hospital. The main hospital on Galveston will continue to treat the most critical patients and provide logistics and laboratory support services.

Project Type: 
Community
Academic Medical Center
Women's & Children's
Hospital
Expansion
Renovation
Mitchell Services: 
Medical Equipment Planning
Project Team: 
HKS Architects / McCarthy / OFPC

Our Lady of the Lake

Heart and Vascular Tower and Trauma/ER Expansion

The 9-story, 330,000 square foot Heart and Vascular building is dedicated to heart and vascular treatment. In addition to patient rooms and state-of-the-art operating rooms, cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology labs are included. These areas allow for the most advanced technology to be incorporated as new innovations are developed.

Project Type: 
Community
Specialty
Cardiac Center
Trauma Center
Hospital
Expansion
Renovation
Mitchell Services: 
Planning / Procurement / Installation
Project Team: 
VOA / Bradley Blewster Adams

Work in Progress

Hybrid Rooms – the “Interventional Platform” flexible for any combination of subspecialties to bring image guidance to enable new procedures and interventions. It’s exciting to be working with many leaders such as:

Table Selection

It’s been interesting through the detailed planning of a variety of hybrid rooms that the table has become somewhat of a compromise. Once the focus shifts from determining what imaging modality – fluoroscopy, CT, MR, etc. and determining level of surgical intervention for lights and booms, the table becomes the next level of focus. Sometimes the table decision can get dismissed as a “given” to come with the imaging system.

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