St. Louis (January 13, 2015) - Amerinet, a leading national healthcare solutions organization, today announced an exclusive agreement with Mitchell Planning Associates, the nation’s leading provider of medical equipment planning, procurement and installation management services.
Join Mitchell's own, Scott Vinson and Ben Riestra, at the ACE Summit and Reverse Expo on Monday February 3rd for a discussion on "Capital and Construction Trends".
The agenda will touch on several topics including patient-centered care, evidence-based design, lean process improvement, sustainability, integrative delivery, BIM and prefabrication and how they are all changing the healthcare building industry paradigm.
Shore Health is replacing the Easton, MD campus with a new 400,000 square foot modern hospital. The 145 bed facility will include med/surg, telemetry, critical care, surgery, imaging, neuro/joint center and other supporting services. This facility will be equipped with state of art equipment, one that meets and supports the academic medical center needs of the University of Maryland Health System.
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 Marcus Neuroscience Institute is being planned as a world renowned center of excellence to serve complex neuroscience patients. The MNI will consist of critical care beds, Pre-Op/PACU beds, operating rooms, and an inter-operative MRI serving two operating rooms. The MRI will also serve outpatients when not being used in the surgical environment.
The unique design of the center will improve the surgical work flow and outpatient imaging case load for BRRH.
Akron Children’s Hospital embarked on a new ambulatory and critical care expansion. The project includes an expanded Emergency Center with 33 total patient positions served by a new rooftop helipad. Level 3 includes a new ambulatory surgical suite with 4 operating rooms, shell space for 2 additional operating rooms, a prep/recovery suite and central sterile. Shell space for future ambulatory clinics are on Levels 4 and 5. Levels 6 and 7 will be new private NICU beds, increasing their capacity from 60 to 75 beds.