The new 204 bed, 467,000 square foot full service hospital is designed to support patient safety, clinical excellence and outstanding patient experience. Enhancements include all private rooms, designed with family caregivers in mind. The facility includes emergency, observation, imaging, interventional cardiology, labor and delivery, intensive care nursery, critical care, and medical surgical acute care beds, as well as support areas such as lab, pharmacy, materials, etc.
The patient tower was designed with the goals of improving patient privacy, encouraging the healing process, preventing infection transmission and upgrading technology. UConn Health set goals to keep the patient's needs in the center of everything they do, giving them the opportunity to move to and beyond the national standard of care in patient care.
The new six story hospital, designed specifically for children, will include inpatient beds, a pediatric emergency room, surgical suites, and a dedicated hematology/oncology unit that serves both inpatients and outpatients. Plans also include an adjacent four story 85,000 square foot medical office building primarily for pediatric and medical specialists.
In collaboration with the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Medical Center, the Children's Hospital of Richmond (CHoR) embarked on building a 250,000 square foot facility across from VCU's main hospital. The CHOR project consistred of 75 clinics, six operating rooms, pre-op and recovery areas, a full complement of imaging services, cardiopulmonary specialties and support services.
VCU's main hospital will provide any inpatient care needed for this pediatric population. Mitchell's services included full planning and BIM services.
The new replacement 289 bed facility will improve the healing of patients by creative design and innovative technologies. The new hospital is equipped with state of the art imaging and surgical modalities. The private rooms are spacious and invite the family as part of the caretakers. Total of 185 med/surg, 8 pediatric, 30 OB, 22 ICU, 20 behavioral health, 24 rehabilitation beds.
The project includes Pavilions dedicated to Outpatient Services such as imaging, lab, cardiopulmonary testing, sleep disorders, diabetes, infusion and rehabilitation services and specialty clinics.
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.
Baptist Health of South Florida is embarking on designing and building a destination cancer institute to meet the growing needs of its patients. The new cancer institute will be approximately 280,000 square feet and will serve outpatient oncology services for the Baptist Health System. The institute will consist of 5 RAD/ONC vaults, comprehensive imaging, 60 infusion bays, rapid treatment bays, women’s center, clinics, pharmacy, lab, and support services.
The UHealth System Lennar Foundation is a new ambulatory care center providing an array of outpatient clinical services with a focus on oncology, orthopedics, cardiovascular care, and ophthalmology. The 220,000 square foot facility will have approximately 116 clinics, multi-modality diagnostic imaging, radiation oncology, 6 surgical suites, interventional radiology, physical and rehabilitation medicine, and support services.