SAN ANTONIO, Texas and WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held by Christus Hospital of San Antonio, Texas, to celebrate the grand opening of the new Children’s Hospital of San Antonio Health Pavilion – Stone Oak.
Developed by real estate investment firm Seavest Healthcare Properties LLC and developer Trammell Crow Company, and located about 15 miles from the three-year-old CHRISTUS flagship hospital in the heart of downtown, the facility brings higher-quality, more comprehensive and convenient pediatric care, ambulatory and emergency services to North San Antonio.
The three-story, 60,000-square-foot Health Pavilion – Stone Oak is a steel-framed and masonry-clad ambulatory care facility featuring an emergency department, pediatric sub-specialty care, primary care, physician offices, diagnostic imaging services and specialty outpatient services.
The pavilion’s first floor houses The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio’s Emergency Center at Stone Oak and KidSTOP, a pediatric outpatient testing and treatment center first launched by The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio in 2009. It is designed to be a convenient and anxiety-free place for children to receive medical services without having to visit the hospital. The second floor houses medical office space for independent physicians and the third floor is dedicated to pediatric, primary care and specialty outpatient services affiliated with physicians from the collaboration between the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio, Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital. The property is owned by Seavest.
Members of the construction, design and engineering team include general contractor Joeris, architect MKS Associates, Cooper-Lochte Landscape Architecture, Pape Dawson, RGM Engineering and Alpha Consulting Engineers.