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.
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.
The Children’s Hospital of Richmond has embarked, in collaboration with VCU Medical Center, to build 250,000 square foot facility across the road from VCU’s main hospital. The CHOR project consists of 75 clinics, 6 operating rooms, full complement of imaging services, and cardio pulmonary specialties and support services. VCU’s main hospital will provide the inpatient care for this pediatric population. Mitchell also did the planning and procurement for the VCU hospital in 2009.
The Marcus Neuroscience Institute is being planned as a world renowned center of excellence to serve complex neuroscience patients. The MNI will consist of critical care beds, Pre-Op/PACU beds, operating rooms, and an inter-operative MRI serving two operating rooms. The MRI will also serve outpatients when not being used in the surgical environment.
The unique design of the center will improve the surgical work flow and outpatient imaging case load for BRRH.
The New Sibley hospital will consist of a new and expanded Emergency department, Pharmacy, Training and Education, Orthopedic floor, C-Section, LDR, Prep/Recovery, Specialty Care Nursery, Post Partum, 3 floors of Med Surg, Med Onc, 2 Operating Rooms, Pre/Post Op, Recovery, Research/Tumor Registry and Hydrotherapy.
Mitchell is currently in the planning phase.
The new maternal and children’s hospital was identified to bring the best specialists in one location. The project design is underway and completion is planned for 2016. The new facility will provide full services for emergency, surgery, labor and delivery, and inpatient units for acute care, NICU, and PICU. The hospital will provide provincial programs such as the referral center for advanced fetal diagnostics and intervention, pediatric outpatient specialties such as cardiology, rheumatology and audiology.
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.
The University of Miami Health System is expanding its clinical services south of its main campus which is located in the Civic Center of Miami. The new Center will provide an array of outpatient clinical services with a focus on oncology, orthopedics, cardio vascular care, and ophthalmology. The 220,000 square foot facility will have approximately 116 clinics, multi-modality diagnostic imaging, RAD/ONC, 6 surgical suites, interventional radiology, physical and rehabilitation medicine, and support services.