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.
In collaboration with the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Medical Center, the Children's Hospital of Richmond (CHoR) embarked on building a 250,000 square foot facility across from VCU's main hospital. The CHOR project consistred of 75 clinics, six operating rooms, pre-op and recovery areas, a full complement of imaging services, cardiopulmonary specialties and support services.
VCU's main hospital will provide any inpatient care needed for this pediatric population. Mitchell's services included full planning and BIM services.
The new Center for Health & Healing South project consists of a 12-story outpatient facility which includes seven interventional suites, six operating rooms, pre and post-surgery care areas, digestive health, plumonary medicine, imaging, extended stay, as well as the Knight Cancer Center, pharmacy and clinical trials program.
Mitchell provided comprehensive medical equipment planning services for the integrated project delivery (IPD) team including equipment layouts in Revit (BIM), scope clarification and budget assessment and balancing.
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 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.
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 project includes a 25 bed critical access hospital which will provide inpatient services for acute care, intensive care, and labor and delivery. Diagnostic services include Emergency, Imaging, Endoscopy, Surgery, and related patient prep and recovery areas. Support areas include Lab, Pharmacy and facility related support areas.
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.