Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital Cardiac Hybrid OR Portland, OR

GARY wilson photo/graphic
GARY WILSON PHOTO/GRAPHIC

Advanced imaging technologies are combined with state-of-the-art cardiac surgical procedures in this cardiac suite designed to support the advanced integration of the entire cardiac team. This Hybrid CVOR is designed to ensure all necessary equipment systems are made accessible throughout the surgical procedure without moving the patient.

Dull Olson Weekes Architects and The Estime Group

(503) 226-6950

http://www.dowa.com

Alta Bates Summit Medical Center Oakland, CA

RENDERING by devenney group architects
RENDERING BY DEVENNEY GROUP ARCHITECTS

The patient care pavilion provides a new entry to the Merritt South Pavilion. The 250,000-square-foot tower provides 238 private beds-six levels of medical/surgical and two levels of acute rehab. An 1,100-car garage and 175,000-square-foot MOB are also part of the campus master plan.

Devenney Group Architects

(602) 943-8950

http://www.devenneygroup.com

Story County Medical Center Nevada, IA

HFR Design's Kansas City office recently completed a new critical access hospital. Story County Medical Center is 40,000 square feet featuring a 17-bed Med-Surg Unit, Emergency, Imaging, and Inpatient /Outpatient Surgery. Services include Outpatient Specialty Clinics, Cardiac and Respiratory Therapy, Laboratory Diagnostic facilities, and Pharmacy. Cost was $10M.

Hart Freeland Roberts

(816) 822-8500

http://www.hfrdesign.com

Norwood Crossing Norwood, IL

©2009 patsy mcenroe photography
©2009 PATSY MCENROE PHOTOGRAPHY

Norwood Crossing senior living community in Chicago is a new assisted living memory care household. The primary objective of the new design is to encourage wellness by offering activities and better quality of social life.

Hanna Z Interiors, Ltd.

(847) 948-7492

http://www.hannazinteriors.com

The Methodist Breast Imaging Center at Upper Kirby Houston, TX

© az photography (joe aker)
© AZ PHOTOGRAPHY (JOE AKER)

The 7,300-square-foot outpatient breast imaging center provides resources needed to detect and treat breast cancer. This is the first of several “neighborhood” imaging centers, bringing meditative characteristics of a spa and the latest imaging technology closer to its patients. This project won IIDA and Antron Carpet Fiber awards.

WHR Architects

(713) 665-5665

http://www.whrarchitects.com

Univ. of Calif. San Diego, Jacobs Medical Center La Jolla, CA

CANNON design
CANNON DESIGN

The $415M expansion/renovation program transforms the original La Jolla campus from community hospital to state-of-the-art Academic Medical Center. The 10-story building encompasses 480,000 square feet of new construction and a 60,000-square-foot renovation, housing three new hospitals: Hospital of Advanced Surgery, Cancer Center Hospital, and the Women's and Infants Hospital.

Cannon Design

(310) 229-2700

http://www.cannondesign.com

Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush Chicago, IL

GREG lambros
GREG LAMBROS

Navigant Consulting provided program management, development advisory, market and financial feasibility, ownership structuring, financing procurement, master site planning and zoning/entitlement coordination, operations planning, and leasing services on this 220,000-square-foot orthopaedic ambulatory facility. The building opened in Fall 2009 and was the first healthcare facility in Chicago to achieve LEED Gold Certification.

Navigant Consulting, Inc.

(312) 583-3711

http://www.navigantconsulting.com/construction

Banner Ironwood Medical Center Queen Creek, AZ

CORNERSTONE photography
CORNERSTONE PHOTOGRAPHY

This 210,000-square-foot start-up facility is based on the “Template” hospital model developed by Banner Health and SmithGroup, facilitating rapid deployment and flexibility. Initially designed for 86 acuity-adaptable beds, the existing Ancillary/Diagnostic/Treatment chassis can support 144 beds. A phased campus plan accommodates a total of 500 beds.

SmithGroup

(202) 974-0805

http://www.smithgroup.com

LeConte Medical Center Sevierville, TN

© kyle dreier photography
© KYLE DREIER PHOTOGRAPHY

Incorporating simplified wayfinding into the design, the main entry of the new replacement medical center serves three easily recognizable destinations: the 79-bed hospital, 30,000-square-foot medical office building, and 30,000-square-foot women's center. Healing design is enhanced by allowing natural light into the spaces.

Earl Swensson Associates, Inc.

(615) 329-9445

http://www.esarch.com

Healthcare Design 2010 May;10(5):112-113