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Operational Analysis Drives Massive Renovation2018-04-13T19:32:52+00:00

Project Description

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Operational Analysis Drives Massive Renovation

The Problem

Challenges presented by this project included 100% renovation within existing envelope and maintaining existing operations during the multi-phased construction.

The Approach

The renovation and addition tripled the size of the existing facility to house a major trauma department, two CTs, three X-rays, one ultrasound and lab services. The plan subdivided the large, long building footprint into functional zones and care team areas. Creating these operational units produced an ideal environment for providing optimum healthcare services while minimizing staff travel distances and providing flexibility in the operating size of the department.

The Solution

Catalyst provided operational analysis of the existing workflow, staffing, and capacity to ensure the design would reflect the emergency department’s specific patient and staff needs. Although the ED renovation and addition tripled the size of the existing department, functional planning minimized staff travel distances and operational inefficiencies.

Project Details

REGION

Southwest

CLIENT TYPE

Level 1 Trauma Emergency Department

PROJECT TYPE

Operational-Led Design

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Features

  • 74 treatment & 4 trauma rooms
  • Decontamination
  • Imaging
  • Laboratory
  • Main & sub-waiting areas
  • Centralized staff support

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