Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center Finishes Expansion, Renovation Project
EW Howell Construction Group
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, part of Catholic Health Services of Long Island, has wrapped up work on a $10.6 million, 21,500-square-foot project in West Islip, N.Y.
Construction, completed in phases while the hospital was fully functional, included the new Stroke & Brain Aneurysm Center and Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit (Neuro ICU) and expansion of the Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Unit (CTICU)
The first-floor Stroke & Brain Aneurysm Center was built in two phases, the first consisting of an 18-bed pre-procedure area with lavatories, utility rooms, and a nurses' station. It also includes three echo rooms, one TEE/Echo room, and read rooms, storage space and a reception area. During Phase 2, a neuro bi-plane lab with a scrub room, control room, locker room and equipment area were added.
The Neuro ICU on the third-floor features five critical-care patient rooms, two neuro patient step-down rooms, patient shower area and support spaces while the fourth-floor CTICU includes five critical care patient rooms, four step-down patient rooms, and more support spaces.
EW Howell Construction Group is the general contractor.