Nebraska Methodist Health System’s (Omaha, Neb.) Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital in Council Bluffs, Iowa, needed to supply western Iowa households extra healthcare choices, particularly better entry to main care and ladies’s providers.
Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital engaged Holland Basham Architects (HBA; Omaha) to broaden the hospital’s campus to just do that. The result’s a three-story, 63,144-square-foot medical workplace constructing accomplished in June.
The primary flooring homes main care and orthopedic clinics, together with examination rooms, therapy rooms, consumption areas, nurse/doctor pods, an X-ray suite, and a diagnostic lab. The second flooring has girls’s and perinatal providers with examination/ultrasound rooms, non-stress testing rooms, therapy rooms, consumption areas, mammography, ultrasound, and bone density scanner. A gastrointestinal clinic makes up the third flooring, with flex house for development.
The general design was guided by the need for a brand new and extra enticing entrance door for the campus. This constructing offers that with a extra modern look and distinctive branding alternatives. One of many targets for the undertaking included making the brand new clinics extra simply accessible to sufferers. By relocating clinics from their former places on campus, parking is now extra handy for sufferers, the drop-off is fast, and entry is straight contained in the entrance door. Every clinic entrance is on every flooring’s foyer, which additionally makes wayfinding less complicated.
Facility Title: Methodist Jennie Edmundson Medical Workplace Constructing
Location: Council Bluffs, Iowa
Completion date: June 2020
Proprietor: Nebraska Methodist Well being System
Whole constructing space: 63,144 sq. ft.
Whole development value: $13 million (core and shell)
Price/sq. ft.: $206/sq. ft. (core and shell)
Structure agency: Holland Basham Architects
Inside design: Holland Basham Architects
Engineering: Specialised Engineering Options (mechanical/electrical /plumbing/fireplace safety); Nielsen Baumert Engineering (structural); Olsson (civil)
Common contractor/builder: The Graham Group Inc. Development Division