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.
The 410,000 square foot Anschutz Inpatient Pavilion (AIP) is an addition to an existing medical center housing an emergency center, critical care, surgery, Med/Surg, dialysis, cardiopulmonary, Interventional and Non-Interventional cardiology, rehabilitation, as well as various clinical and operational support services.
In addition to the new construction, the project will provide 249,500 sq. ft. of shelled space for future beds and 53,850 square feeet of renovated space. It also includes the Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Institute.
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.
King Faisal Specialty Hospital and Research Center includes a complex designed to promote collaboration of clinicians and researchers. Mitchell completed the planning working within an integrated BIM model with CannonDesign. Mitchell finalized procurement specifications and provided management through acquisition and installation. Completion 2014.
King Abdullah Center for Cancer and Liver Diseases- a 360 bed, 72,000 square meter multi-specialty hospital and treatment center.
The new Issaquah campus of Swedish Medical Center opened its doors in 2011 bringing affordable, quality healthcare and healing environments to meet the growing demands of the Issaquah community outside of Seattle, WA. The $365 million campus opened in two phases. In July of 2011, Phase I included the opening of the Imaging Center, the Emergency Department, the Cancer Center, and a range of primary care and specialty clinics.