The new replacement hospital opened it's doors in August of 2013 along with an adjacent medical office building. The new 25-bed Critical Access Hospital provides a new Emergency Department (ED), Surgery Center, Wound Care, Imaging and Diagnostics, and Rehabilitation services.
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.
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.
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.
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.