June 21, 2018

Architectural Design Showcase Q2 2018

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    The 25th installment of the Daily Briefing's Architectural Design Showcase features 15 microhospitals and ambulatory pavilions.

    Click through the slideshow to see the projects.

    2018 Architectural Design Showcase
    • Array Architects: Array Architects designed a health and wellness center focusing on the patient and family experience. The Indian River Medical Center Health & Wellness Center promotes prevention, education, and healthy living in addition to providing chronic disease management and interventions. The design emphasizes a calm and therapeutic environment. (© 2016 Array Architects)

    • Ballinger: Penn Medicine Radnor’s new LEED-Silver building is planned around an interior courtyard, which provides natural light, calming views, and wayfinding while integrating it into the surrounding landscape. Because parking is accommodated in an attached garage, a large portion of the site is preserved as an active landscape for patients, staff, and the community. Designed by Ballinger, this facility will house a full complement of specialty services including Ambulatory Surgery. (© 2018 Studio AMD)

    • CannonDesign: Located 30 miles at sea, CannonDesign’s new Nantucket Cottage Hospital embraces an aesthetic that honors Nantucket’s architectural vernacular—the exterior adheres to the Historic District Commission’s Regulations. Housed within is a modern micro-hospital facility that will serve the residents and visitors of Nantucket into the future. (© 2018 CannonDesign)

    • ESa: Phase I of the CHI St. Luke’s Health - Springwoods Village facility is an approximately 180,000 SF micro hospital that includes emergency/observation, diagnostic imaging, ambulatory surgery center, and four inpatient beds on the first and second floors. Designed by ESa, the facility also has core/shell medical office building space on the third and fourth floors. (© 2015 Attic Fire Photography)

    • Eppstein Uhen Architects: Designed by Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA), the new Drexel Town Square Health Center sets a new geographical landmark for the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network in southeastern Wisconsin, expanding services into a new market area in a conveniently located retail setting. Highly efficient and flexible for future growth, the 110,000 SF facility brings hospital-level services, including a cancer treatment center, high-end imaging services and outpatient surgery into the community. (© 2017 C&N Photography)

    • Gresham, Smith and Partners: Designed by Gresham, Smith and Partners, Tampa General Hospital’s flagship Brandon Healthplex Outpatient Medical Center increases access to health and patient outreach into Tampa’s Brandon-area suburb. It aims to support population health as one of the first facilities in Florida to house a variety of different services in one building. (© 2017 Gresham, Smith and Partners, taken by Randy Van Duinen)

    • HKS: HKS’ new 632,000 SF fifteen-story pediatric outpatient clinic, the Children’s Hospital of Richmond Pavilion, earned LEED Silver Certification. The facility houses primary and sub-specialty care, outpatient surgical services, and a 600-car parking structure. (© 2016 Michael Stavardis & Garret Rowland Photography)

    • Hord Coplan Macht: Hord Coplan Macht’s renovation of the Mercy Health Services Personal Physicians office was designed to provide numerous outpatient services to the surrounding community. Included in the space are primary care, specialty care, imaging (X-ray, bone density, and future MRI and CT), and lab/blood draw services. (© 2016 Tom Holdsworth)

    • Kahler Slater: Western Wisconsin Health partnered with Kahler Slater to master plan and design their new health and wellness campus, an integrated primary and specialty ambulatory care program with 15 licensed CAH beds and capacity to add an additional 10 beds. Key innovations explored to improve efficiency and patient care include: centralized hub for cross-trained staff; off-stage care team collaboration zones; prep/recovery rooms designed to flex as additional ED rooms; integrated community fitness/wellness center. (© 2017 Wheelock Photography)

    • NBBJ: NBBJ designed the Swedish Edmonds Ambulatory Care Center to provide a much-needed expansion of critical services—ED, Diagnostic Imaging, and Observation Unit—to streamline patient flow and maximize operational efficiencies, while honoring the region’s historic roots in the public lobby. (© 2016 Benjamin Benschneider)

    • Rogers, Lovelock + Fritz (RLF): RLF’s new micro-hospital, HealthLink, bridges the void between hospital and urgent care, providing a flexible chassis ranging from 12,500 GSF to 70,000 GSF. HealthLink will provide 90% of a community’s health needs in a convenient, personalized, and caring manner at a reduced cost. (© 2018 RLF)

    • The S/L/A/M Collaborative: Designed by The S/L/A/M Collaborative, the new 9,300 SF Hospital of Special Surgery Sports Rehab is located within the Chelsea Piers Connecticut Sports Complex in Stamford, Connecticut. A collaboration between Stamford Hospital and the Hospital for Special Surgery, the facility houses the expertise and latest protocols and practices in rehabilitative medicine and physical therapy treatments. (© 2016 John Giammatteo)

    • Stantec: Stantec transformed the windowless big-box into the light-filled Penn Medicine Cherry Hill facility that consolidates 20+ practices under one roof. The rejuvenated space features centralized registration that streamlines the patient experience and includes infusion, lab, radiology, radiation oncology, physical therapy, and pharmacy, among other services. (© 2016 Jeffrey Totaro)

    • TMPartners: The Northwest Emergency Center at Marana is a prototype design located in a high demand area with an underserved population. Designed by TMPartners, the new compact emergency department provides walk-in and ambulance admissions served by a 24-hour hospital staff. (© 2018 Stancliffphotography.com)

    • ZGF: Intermountain Healthcare’s new Cottonwood Medical Clinic provides comprehensive care in more than seven specialty clinics in a single location. Designed by ZGF, this new clinic creates a high-quality, patient-centered environment with spaces that support the coordination of care and provide a positive user experience. (© 2016 Halkin Mason Photography)

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