Revitalization of a Hospital Campus

As a hospital ages, it is challenged to modernize its facilities to accommodate new technologies and care delivery models so that it may continue to effectively serve its community.  Though it can sometimes be most efficient to construct a new, freestanding replacement facility, space and budget constraints mean that this is not always the preferred option for many healthcare systems.

A carefully considered long range master plan allows a hospital to strategically reinvest its resources and make the best use of available space on its existing campus.  Creative planning solutions can help to address the problem of a tight, landlocked site or the need to craft a new image for the facility.  Wilmot Sanz’s specialized thought leadership in healthcare design allows us to help guide the visioning and planning process for hospitals seeking to revitalize, rather than relocate.

Recent Campus Revitalization Projects

During the master planning process at Sibley Memorial Hospital, we met frequently with the strongly engaged local Advisory Neighborhood Commission and community associations.  This ensured that the hospital’s goals for modernization were met while maintaining the urban design quality which allows the Sibley campus to blend seamlessly into the fabric of its surrounding neighborhoods.

When Christiana Care’s Wilmington Hospital committed to maintaining its long-standing connection to the community by modernizing its downtown campus, we helped to develop an innovative plan for expansion and renovation.   Dramatically improved traffic circulation patterns and a highly visible addition will transform the facility’s image and ensure its continued ability to deliver efficient, world class healthcare services.

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