The additions and renovations to the Community General Osteopathic Hospital included four new operating suites, new central supply, a new kitchen/dining area, new outpatient service area, 157 patient beds and new administrative space.
The construction of the ambulatory surgical center consisted of five operating rooms and the associated ancillary support spaces necessary to provide patient care commensurate with the requirements of an ambulatory facility.
The Bloom Medical Office Building at CGOH is a two-story addition that consists of doctors’ offices, labs, waiting lounges, and exam rooms all constructed to meet prospective tenant physicians’ specifications.
The diagnostic center and connecting tunnel is a 40,000 square foot, three-story structure with a 200-foot long underground tunnel that connects the new building to the existing hospital facility. The interior includes a large lead-lined radiology suite, clinical laboratory facilities, and an operating suite.
The emergency department upgrades, shown above, was built directly adjacent to the existing emergency department entrance, so intensive preconstruction planning was required to phase the work without impact to operations of existing departments.