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 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.
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.
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 $536 million medical center construction project opened in March 2012. The nine story facility will provide a total of 446 beds with increased diagnostic and treatment capability to serve areas of excellence in cardiac care, neurology, women’s health, pediatrics, oncology and orthopedics. The tower includes state of the art facilities for emergency care including life flight, advanced imaging, surgery, acute care and critical care serving both adult and pediatric patients.
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.
The number of projects with patient lifts continues to grow for new towers, renovations and expansions. Hospitals are making changes today, including renovating patient units to add lifts to a percentage or all rooms depending on acuity. Whether planning for bariatrics or ICU patients, no lift policies are in place for the safety for staff and patients. Many leading lift manufacturers offer good solutions for fixed and mobile lift systems at