Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC), one of two flagship Academic Medical Centers within the Hackensack Meridian Health System, is constructing a new critical care and surgical pavilion that will improve their quality of care; enhance HUMC’s image locally and nationally; provide a state-of-the-art facility for treatment, teaching, and work; and will meet LEED Silver certification.
The Helena Theurer Pavilion will be a new, eleven-story, 530,000 s.f. building that will encompass 24 state-of-the-art operating rooms, with six robotic operating rooms and an intra-operative MRI; 50 intensive care patient rooms; 100 medical/surgical private patient rooms; and a 50-bed orthopedic institute with a CT scanner. Its design also provides future flexibility for the hospital, with shell space for an additional twenty-five intensive care patient rooms. Spanning over an existing public roadway, the facility connects to an existing parking garage, the Heart and Vascular Institute, and the existing main hospital. A new lobby and valet drop-off will create a dedicated entrance for the critical care and surgical pavilion, and the project’s new single-patient rooms will provide the hospital with the flexibility to modernize their existing patient rooms from semi-private to private rooms.
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