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.