The Pavilion is a 250,000 sq. ft., 3-story addition to Riverside Regional Medical Center will greatly expand the hospitals capacity. The first floor is 113,000 sq. ft. and is dedicated to patient welcoming functions, including outpatient pharmacy, pre-op and recovery areas for 11 new operating rooms and 2 endoscopy suites. The 64,300 sq foot second floor provides a total of 72 beds comprised of four 16-bed units dedicated to medical and general acute care, ICU, Step/Down/neurosurgery and orthopedic surgical patients.
The Children’s Hospital of Richmond has embarked, in collaboration with VCU Medical Center, to build 250,000 square foot facility across the road from VCU’s main hospital. The CHOR project consists of 75 clinics, 6 operating rooms, full complement of imaging services, and cardio pulmonary specialties and support services. VCU’s main hospital will provide the inpatient care for this pediatric population. Mitchell also did the planning and procurement for the VCU hospital in 2009.
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 120 bed hospital has been designed with a community metaphor to give residents an experience of mainstream living. Different areas of the structure emulate "Home," "Neighborhood," and "Downtown.
The staff at the Healey Center delivers more than 26,000 occupational, physical, and speech therapy services a year, helping residents recover as much as possible and giving long-term residents their best chance at quality of life. The facility provides short term rehabiliation, long term care, and skilled nursing care for patients recovering from traumatic injury.
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.
The new hospital enlarged the VCU Medical Center’s critical care capacity with new intensive care units for surgical trauma, neonatal, cardiac, neuroscience, medical respiratory and burn center patients. The project also includes patient bed floors for oncology and acute care specialties as well as the expansion of the Emergency Department, home to Central Virginia’s only Level 1 Trauma Center.
Tradition Medical Center, a new 80 bed hospital, opened it's doors in December 2013. As the third hospital location for Martin Health System, the full service community hospital includes emergency, surgery, diagnostic imaging, 60 med/surg beds, 10 critical care, 14 LDRP and 6 NICU beds. Mitchell was part of an integrated project delivery team working closely to manage the medical equipment from planning through installation.
The New Replacement Hospital opened in 2013 bringing bring state of the art technology to the patients it serves. The 443 bed facility will provided additional clinical space to meet the increasing demands of clinical services in their regional catchment area. Project broke ground in March 2010.
The hospital was designed to integrate sophisticated technologies that support new innovations in patient care such as surgical robotics, RFID tracking systems and integrating with Epic, the hospitals electronic medical record.