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.
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 new state-of-the-art facility opened in July 2012. This new replacement campus includes a five story 500,000 sf hospital and a support service building for laboratory and other services. In addition to providing an exceptional patient experience, the new facilities will meet growth demands by increasing labor and delivery, beds from 139 to 176, and NICU from 82 to all private. A comprehensive breast center, ambulatory surgery center and outpatient services to meet the needs of woman’s services.
St. Mary’s has undergone a major transformation with the opening of the new expansion and renovation work over the past several years. Mitchell provided full service medical equipment planning and procurement for the new 12 story patient tower and a surgery addition which opened in 2010. The lower levels of the tower included a new Emergency Department with 33 private treatment rooms, 12 new operating Rooms, prep/recovery and 32 critical care beds.
The Thomason Master Plan Implementation project includes two major projects - the expansion and renovation of a 345,500 square foot bed tower completed in 2011 and a new 225,000 square foot 130 bed children’s hospital to be complete in 2012.
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.