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Rockingham Memorial Hospital

The new replacement hospital was built and designed to meet the growing needs of Rockingham Memorial Hospital patient’s. The hospital is 238 private beds regional medical center known regionally as having Centers of Excellence in oncology, surgery, and women’s health.

Project Type: 
Community
Hospital
Replacement
Mitchell Services: 
Inventory / Planning / Procurement / Installation
Project Team: 
Earl Swenson Associates

Univ of Puerto Rico

Comprehensive Cancer 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.

Project Type: 
Academic Medical Center
Specialty
Cancer Center
Mitchell Services: 
Planning / Procurement / Installation
Project Team: 
RMJM Hillier / Gilbane / BR+A

Martin Health System

Tradition Medical Center

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.

Project Type: 
New
Community
Hospital
Mitchell Services: 
Planning / Procurement / Installation / Placement
Project Team: 
CBRE / HKS Architects / TLC Engineers / SSR Technology
IPD Team: 
Balfour Beatty - Phase 1 / Robbins & Morton - Phase 2

Parkview Medical Center

The $536 million medical center construction project opened in March 2012. The nine story facility will provide a total of 446 beds with increased diagnostic and treatment capability to serve areas of excellence in cardiac care, neurology, women’s health, pediatrics, oncology and orthopedics. The tower includes state of the art facilities for emergency care including life flight, advanced imaging, surgery, acute care and critical care serving both adult and pediatric patients.

Project Type: 
Community
Specialty
Hospital
Replacement
Regional Hospital
Mitchell Services: 
Planning / Procurement / Installation
Project Team: 
Jones Lang LaSalle / HKS Architects / CCRD / Pepper Construction

Owensboro Medical Health System

Owensboro Health Regional Hospital

The New Replacement Hospital opened in 2013 bringing bring state of the art technology to the patients it serves. The 443 bed facility will provided additional clinical space to meet the increasing demands of clinical services in their regional catchment area. Project broke ground in March 2010.

The hospital was designed to integrate sophisticated technologies that support new innovations in patient care such as surgical robotics, RFID tracking systems and integrating with Epic, the hospitals electronic medical record.

Project Type: 
Community
Hospital
Replacement
Mitchell Services: 
Medical Equipment Planning / Procurement / Installation
Project Team: 
KLMK / HGA / SSR / Turner

Work in Progress

Hybrid Rooms – the “Interventional Platform” flexible for any combination of subspecialties to bring image guidance to enable new procedures and interventions. It’s exciting to be working with many leaders such as:

Table Selection

It’s been interesting through the detailed planning of a variety of hybrid rooms that the table has become somewhat of a compromise. Once the focus shifts from determining what imaging modality – fluoroscopy, CT, MR, etc. and determining level of surgical intervention for lights and booms, the table becomes the next level of focus. Sometimes the table decision can get dismissed as a “given” to come with the imaging system.

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