162,000 GSF, 15,050 M2
Architecture, Engineering, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture
Senior-Friendly Design Award
2030 challenge, ambulatory care, ambulatory surgery, bim, cancer, clinic, community hospital, daylighting, daylighting analysis, diagnosis & treatment, efficient lighting, energy efficiency, energy modeling, energy recovery, evidence-based design, experience mapping, exterior sun shading, family-centered care, gastroenterology, green design, green guide to healthcare, green roof, greywater, habitat restoration, healing garden, health system, healthcare, high-performance glazing, high-performance lighting, hospital, imaging, indoor environmental quality, infection control, infusion, integrated platform, landscape for stormwater control, leadership in energy and environmental design, leed, life-cycle cost analysis, light shelf, lighting controls, material transparency, multispecialty, oncology, outpatient, passive solar, patient resource center, patient safety, patient satisfaction, patient-centered care, permeable paving, privacy, radiation oncology, rainwater collection _ re-use, restorative landscape, staff satisfaction, stormwater management, surgery, sustainable building, sustainable design, sustainable material, teaching hospital, thermal comfort, transparency, united states green building council, universal room, usgbc, vegetated roof, walkable community
A master plan and phased implementation for a large near-north side Chicago healthcare provider takes full advantage of SmithGroupJJR's experience and integrated design capabilities. The plan defines the growth demands and strategic initiatives for AIMMC to respond to the current and future needs of the community within the context of the integrated health system.
Phase one is the Center for Advanced Care, integrating cancer care, digestive health services and ambulatory surgery into a single location, improving patient-physician continuity while enhancing efficiencies and the overall patient experience. The cancer program is doubled in size and consolidates multispecialty infusion, radiology and surgical oncology into a healing center of care. Six new outpatient ORs, with six additional planned for the future, directly connect to the existing inpatient surgery suite. The addition creates an integrated platform where patients can easily access care, including an innovative condominium clinic, with flexible exam and consult spaces.
The second phase is planned as a new, 260,000-square-foot acute-care tower for 180 medical/surgical beds, 40 ICU rooms, and consolidated maternity and NICU services.