The new replacement hospital opened it's doors in August of 2013 along with an adjacent medical office building. The new 25-bed Critical Access Hospital provides a new Emergency Department (ED), Surgery Center, Wound Care, Imaging and Diagnostics, and Rehabilitation services.
The project includes a 25 bed critical access hospital which will provide inpatient services for acute care, intensive care, and labor and delivery. Diagnostic services include Emergency, Imaging, Endoscopy, Surgery, and related patient prep and recovery areas. Support areas include Lab, Pharmacy and facility related support areas.
The new St. Anthony’s Central Hospital opened June 2011 and includes a large, modern 560,000 square foot hospital, on-campus medical office buildings, an ambulatory and hospital procedure center and a distinct outpatient pavilion. At time of groundbreaking this was one of the largest medical campus construction projects in the nation.
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 Milestone project opened in August of 2010 and created a unique opportunity to provide state of the art healthcare services for the pediatric and adult populations and improve patient safety, wayfinding and increase technology with the new construction. The project included a total of 215 beds, including a 60 bed NICU, 32 bed PICU/ICU, 14 bed Pedi Intermediate Care unit, 32 Pedi Med/Surg unit, 32 adult cardiology beds, 59 emergency treatment beds and a 14 bed Chemo-infusion unit.
Midland Memorial’s Campaign for Tomorrow initiated a major expansion and upgrade to the hospital’s inpatient and diagnostic and treatment areas. The new tower provides a new Emergency Department, Labor & delivery and ante-partum beds, post-partum beds, ICU/CCU. Renovated areas throughout the hospital include cardiopulmonary, hospice services, physical therapy, oncology, same day surgery, pharmacy, cystoscopy, endoscopy and expanded emergency.
The New Sibley hospital will consist of a new and expanded Emergency department, Pharmacy, Training and Education, Orthopedic floor, C-Section, LDR, Prep/Recovery, Specialty Care Nursery, Post Partum, 3 floors of Med Surg, Med Onc, 2 Operating Rooms, Pre/Post Op, Recovery, Research/Tumor Registry and Hydrotherapy.
Mitchell is currently in the planning phase.
The New Einstein Medical Center Montgomery opened in September 2012. The project includes 96 medical/surgical beds, 22 ICU beds, 20 obstetrical beds, 6 LDR beds and 16 bed well baby beds, and an 8 bed NICU. The hospital also includes emergency, surgery, imaging, orthopedics & cardiovascular care. The hospital also includes a shared interventional suite with 2 interventional suites, EP and Cath with a shared recovery space with the OR.
Mitchell provided planning and procurement services for the hospital and is currently assisting the hospital with a Radiation Oncology Suite.
The new maternal and children’s hospital was identified to bring the best specialists in one location. The project design is underway and completion is planned for 2016. The new facility will provide full services for emergency, surgery, labor and delivery, and inpatient units for acute care, NICU, and PICU. The hospital will provide provincial programs such as the referral center for advanced fetal diagnostics and intervention, pediatric outpatient specialties such as cardiology, rheumatology and audiology.
Maine General’s new Regional Medical Center will integrate the natural surroundings to consolidate services from the August and Seton facilities, to reduce costs while coordinating care in a new, state of the art, healing environment.