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STAMFORD HOSPITAL EXPANSION – Stamford, CT

For many hospital systems, there is a need to keep up with improving technology and services, while maintaining affordable services for

The new Stamford Hospital Expansion will house a 43,800-square-foot emergency department (ED) designed to support 65,000 visits annually. The ED will consist of 40 treatment areas: two triage rooms, six fast-track rooms, 16 urgent care rooms, eight dedicated pediatric rooms, four trauma (including one room fit-out to support pediatrics), and four cardiac rooms. The ED is designed to flex up and down to support operations between pediatrics and urgent care. Additionally the ED has been designed to include two general radiology rooms and one CT, solely dedicated to the ED. The ED also has a four-bay behavioral health holding area and a detox room.

The new hospital wing also incorporates the Heart & Vascular Institute’s centralized location for invasive and non-invasive heart services, surgical suites with 10 high-tech operating rooms, and an intensive care unit expansion from 16 to 24 beds, emphasizing a commitment to critical care and tertiary services. The seven floors in the patient tower will feature 180 all-private rooms with decentralized nursing units (3 for 36 beds) for more flexible delivery of patient care. All patient rooms will feature private baths and showers.

Source: whrarchitects.com

Architect:

WHR Architects

Masonry Contractor:

Connecticut Mason Contractors

Materials Used:

  • Type S Mortar
  • Fine Grout

 

 

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