Kaiser Permanente's 149-bed facility is adjacent to the building it replaces and features private rooms with room service, Wi-Fi, and pull-out guest beds for family and friends.
Demand for multifamily residential projects continues to set the pace for the Architecture Billings Index.
The new 50,000-square-foot project sought to deliver convenient and accessible healthcare in a family-friendly, welcoming atmosphere.
Lundquist Tower will serve as the future gateway to the entire medical center and features a new entrance to the hospital campus.
The four-story, 150,000-square-foot hospital has 54 private inpatient rooms, including 16 family suites, and is targeting LEED Gold.
The SurgiCenter is connected to the main hospital by a 200-foot-long enclosed bridge, allowing quick access to the hospital and medical subspecialists.
Hospital officials are expected to invite the public to attend meetings in the coming months to discuss the new project.
A ceremony to celebrate the groundbreaking for the new facility, on the hospital campus, was recently held in Sidney, Ohio.
The revised opening date of the 384-bed psychiatric hospital is set for mid- to late-2016.
The Providence medical center is slated for groundbreaking in 2015.
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