The new four-story Saltzer Health medical office building, located in Meridian, Idaho, provides an array of specialty clinics, five-room outpatient surgery center, physical therapy, gastroenterology, endoscopy, urgent care, family medicine and five-modality medical imaging center in an easily accessible, welcoming medical campus.
The overall Saltzer Health design aesthetic was developed to support a different way of delivering healthcare services. From the ease of access and all-in-one campus, to the efficient space layout and refreshing interior design, the ethos of care is wholly patient-centered. Features include a spacious interior using natural tones of warm and inviting colors.
The Saltzer Health campus will help fill the need for high-quality care in the fast-growing areas of Meridian and Nampa, while new urgent care clinics have opened in locations across the Treasure Valley.
Okland built the 30,536-squre-foot core and shell and tenant improvement of this MOB, with architecture provided by Terrell. Additional project partners include developer BVA Development; civil engineer Horrocks Engineers; structural engineer SE-Charlton Consulting, LLC; mechanical and electrical engineer PVE Inc., landscape architecture Bear Design Group, LLC and interior design KovichCo.
Photos courtesy of Bob Pluckebaum/Pluckebaum Studios
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