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St Joseph Mercy Health Howland Medical Center Delivers Outstanding Patient Experience

In support of a strategy to transform care, the team designing Howland Medical Center had a key goal: deliver an outstanding patient experience. $15 million of strategic capital was used to fund the development of this 46,000-square-foot, two-story ambulatory facility, created to deliver quality care that connects patients with both physician practice Read More …

Campbell Clinic, Rendina Plan Expansion in Germantown

GERMANTOWN, Tenn. – Campbell Clinic has retained Rendina Healthcare Real Estate to be its representative in connection with the design, development and construction of a new facility on the clinic’s existing Germantown, Tennessee campus. Read More …

HCMC Breaks Ground for Biggest Expansion in History

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Hennepin County Medical Center broke ground on its BWBR-designed ambulatory clinic building Thursday, marking the biggest expansion in history for Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Minnesota’s largest teaching hospital. Read More …

McCarthy Breaks Ground on CHI Health’s New Academic Medical Center – University Campus

McCarthy has broken ground on the new CHI Ambulatory Building, which is part of the new academic complex for Creighton University Medical Center. The $35-million, 80,000-square-foot facility will feature a new, team-based approach to healthcare, education and the community in one location to serve the region. Read More …

UNC Hospitals Therapeutic Infusion Center Opens

UNC Hospitals recently opened the Therapeutic Infusion Center at Carolina Pointe II. The new twenty-two seat Infusion Center is located on the second floor of 6013 Farrington Road in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Read More …

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Announces Downtown Facilities Expansion

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Nationwide Children’s Hospital recently released architectural renderings for two new facilities near its downtown campus to accommodate growth in patient services. Both new buildings will help to decompress faculty offices and current outpatient clinics which have outgrown their available space on the hospital’s campus. Moving selected ambulatory services away from the inpatient hospital will allow them to expand, as well as accommodate growth by other hospital programs in the spaces they vacate.

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