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 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 Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage project 7 story 750,000 sq ft. expansion includes new spaces for advanced imaging and interventional suites as well as updated environments for inpatient areas. The project includes 348 private rooms, a emergency, lab, Surgery and Interventional Neuro/Cardio Services, two hybrid operating rooms, three cath labs, two interventional radiology suites, two electrophysiology labs, and related prep/recovery areas, Simulation Labs, Women’s L&D, Postpartum, NICU, Adult ICU, and Acute Care beds for Orthopedic and Oncology Services.
The Arizona Cancer Center is a new 7 story ambulatory cancer center, being built in coordination with the campus of St. Joseph Hospital. The new facility will provide patients with cancer screening, diagnostic and interventional treatment. Comprehensive imaging services include mammography, radiography, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, PET, MRI and CT. Interventional services include endoscopy, stereotactic biopsy, angiography, cardiac catheterization.
Baptist Health of South Florida is embarking on designing and building a destination cancer institute to meet the growing needs of its patients. The new cancer institute will be approximately 280,000 square feet and will serve outpatient oncology services for the Baptist Health System. The institute will consist of 5 RAD/ONC vaults, comprehensive imaging, 60 infusion bays, rapid treatment bays, women’s center, clinics, pharmacy, lab, and support services.
The UHealth System Lennar Foundation is a new ambulatory care center providing an array of outpatient clinical services with a focus on oncology, orthopedics, cardiovascular care, and ophthalmology. The 220,000 square foot facility will have approximately 116 clinics, multi-modality diagnostic imaging, radiation oncology, 6 surgical suites, interventional radiology, physical and rehabilitation medicine, and 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.
The Centro de Comprensivo de Cancer will embark on expanding their services beyond the current research tower to include comprehensive cancer services for translational research and bench to bedside care. The construction of a new hospital will add patient care services to the institution and will help achieve NCI designation. The hospital will include inpatient acute care and ICU beds, chemotherapy, bone marrow transplant, radiation oncology, diagnostic imaging, nuclear medicine, PET and surgical services.
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.