Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Celebrates Opening of Saint Alphonsus Replacement Hospital

Saint Alphonsus Medical Center – Nampa, a member of Trinity Health, recently celebrated the ribbon cutting ceremony for its new replacement hospital in Nampa, Idaho.

Designed to enhance healing and patient safety, while reducing mental, physical and emotional distress, the new state-of-the-art hospital will allow Saint Alphonsus to meet the growing needs of its community.

The new five-story, $80-million replacement hospital represents the largest expansion project in the hospital’s 100-year history. The 240,000-square foot facility houses 106 private patient rooms, a 10-bed short stay unit and an 18-bed intensive care unit. Also included is a six-room surgical operating suite, six-bed neonatal intensive care unit, 12-bed obstetric and post-partum unit and a 24-room emergency department.

Other key features of the hospital include:

  • State-of-the-art information, diagnostic and treatment technologies and healing design principles
  • Constructed as an addition/expansion to the current Birkeland Maternity Center, Heart Center, urgent care and emergency room, complementing the new medical office building located on the campus
  • The input of physicians, nurses, community partners, EMS and a variety of staff to assist in the design of clinical work areas

Project team:

  • Project manager – CBRE Healthcare
  • Architect – ZGF & LCA
  • Construction manager – Layton
  • Civil engineer – Coughlin Porter Lundeen
  • Commissioning – Engineering Economics, Inc.
  • Mechanical Electrical Plumbing – YMC & CME
  • Structural Engineer – KPFF

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Posted July 11, 2017

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