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NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital, Birthing Suite [New York, N.Y.]

June 30, 2016     Sponsoring Firm

The Birth Center at NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital re-defines the natural birth experience in an inpatient healthcare facility located in a dense urban setting.

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Drexel University / Stephen and Sandra Sheller 11th Street Family Health Services Center [Philadelphia]

June 30, 2016     Sponsoring Firm

The mission of the Stephen and Sandra Sheller 11th Street Family Health Services is to provide quality, comprehensive health service to the clients it serves, with special attention to vulnerable people and residents of public housing units in the 11th Street Corridor.

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The King of Prussia Specialty Care and Ambulatory Care Center [King of Prussia, Pa.]

June 30, 2016     Sponsoring Firm

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is a leader in providing high quality care closer to their patients’ homes through its growing care network. 

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Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands Campus [The Woodlands, Texas]

June 30, 2016     Sponsoring Firm

As its patient population grows, Texas Children’s Hospital (TCH) is expanding its services to the suburbs with a new campus in The Woodlands. The new campus, master planned for future expansion, will provide ambulatory care along with inpatient units and diagnostic services. 

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Golisano Children’s Hospital [Rochester, N.Y.]

June 9, 2016     Sponsoring Firm

The University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) is an extremely dense urban campus which has evolved over 50 years. Strong Memorial Hospital is URMC’s flagship teaching hospital which had a small pediatric facility embedded within it.  An influential $20-million gift from philanthropist Tom Golisano, who is passionate about pediatric care, stimulated the momentum for a new children’s hospital adjoining Strong Memorial.

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St Francis Cancer Center at Millennium [Greenville, S.C.]

September 15, 2015     Sponsoring Firm

Opened to patients in October 2014, the St. Francis Cancer Center at Millennium is a comprehensive cancer treatment center for outpatient care in Greenville, S.C. Recognizing that more patients are living with cancer, the 65,000-square-foot center is built on an ambulatory campus and houses multispecialty cancer diagnostics and treatment spaces along with retail, educational, and ancillary support services—all focusing on the patient care experience.

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Martin Army Community Hospital Replacement at Fort Benning [Columbus, Ga.]

September 15, 2015     Sponsoring Firm

The 744,867-square-foot Fort Benning-Martin Army Community Hospital, a design/build project (with Turner Construction and AECOM (Ellerbe Becket)/RLF, a joint venture) was developed in response to the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) program. It replaces and consolidates a 55-year-old facility providing a new and advanced healthcare facility.

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University of Iowa Health Care's Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center [Iowa City, Iowa]

September 15, 2015     Sponsoring Firm

The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (UIHC) increased its ability to provide specialized care at the new 64,000-square-foot Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center. The cancer center now expands across three floors inside the Pomerantz Family Pavilion, including additional clinic and infusion bays comprised of 37 exam rooms, two procedure rooms and 40 infusion suite chairs, including eight private rooms.

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St. Charles Bend Cancer Center [Bend, Ore.]

September 15, 2015     Sponsoring Firm

Designed as a user-centric and regionally focused facility, the new St. Charles Bend Cancer Center is a true testament to patient-centered design. It manifests the completion of a long-cherished vision to consolidate key radiation and oncology services in one location and an opportunity to design a facility, through Lean tools and methods, that enhance caregiver productivity and increases patient satisfaction.

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Roberts Pavilion Eight & Ninth Floor Fitout [Camden, N.J.]

September 15, 2015     Sponsoring Firm

Roberts Pavilion is a 10-story, 312,000-square-foot patient tower built in 2008. The project was designed with floors available for expansion based on future growth. A seven percent admissions growth over the last five years necessitated the fit-out of Floors 8 and 9. Sixty patient beds in 30 private rooms on each floor serve specific patient populations with Floor 8 serving a growing advanced-care surgery patient population and Floor 9 serving the Cooper Heart Institute for hospitalized heart patients.

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Pavilion for Advanced Care [Philadelphia]

September 15, 2015     Sponsoring Firm

Penn Medicine’s Pavilion for Advanced Care (PAC) opened its doors with the goal of increasing Penn Presbyterian Medical Center's (PPMC) capacity for patient care. The PAC is staffed by clinical teams from critical care specialties, surgical services, trauma/emergency services, and radiology in a six-story facility. The building’s new features are aimed at improving patient and family comfort, with modern technologies to continue providing the best in critical care.

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Upstate Cancer Center [Syracuse, N.Y.]

September 15, 2015     Sponsoring Firm

Encompassing 90,000 square feet, the $74 million Upstate Cancer Center occupies three of the five floors of the new facility that adjoins Upstate University Hospital. The cancer center features 27 infusion chairs, four linear accelerator vaults for radiation therapy, a high-tech intraoperative suite, which includes a 3T MRI, a four-season rooftop healing garden, meditation room, family resource center, multidisciplinary practice locations, and private space for genetic, financial and nutrition counseling services.

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Genesis Health System | Genesis Medical Center East Hospital Expansion [Davenport, Iowa]

September 15, 2015     Sponsoring Firm

Genesis Medical Center is committed to improving patient care with the construction of a seven-story hospital addition that consolidates all surgical and procedural patient care services onto one campus.

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Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute at the Hospital of Central Connecticut [New Britain, Conn.]

September 15, 2015     Sponsoring Firm

The Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute, based on a patient-focused care model, creates a nurturing and healing environment. It includes a 67,000-square-foot cancer center and 75,000-square-foot medical office building (MOB). The design speaks to the site’s history, a former rock quarry, with a stone façade and a large, granite fireplace in the lobby welcoming patients.

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MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper [Camden, N.J.]

September 2, 2014     Sponsoring Firm
Since its beginning in 1887 as a small community hospital, Cooper University Hospital has been a cornerstone in the Camden, N.J., community, offering the latest in medical technology. The design of the MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper meets Cooper University Health Care’s goals of providing multidisciplinary cancer care to South Jersey. This four-level center includes 36 exam and treatment bays, radiation oncology, breast center, phlebotomy, and a central pharmacy.
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