Renovations - May 2014

Take a photo tour of a nursing home conversion

A portion of the Fleur Heights Care Center was converted from an assisted living unit to a skilled nursing care unit, according to a Healthcare Design article

5/29/2014


Long Island healthcare facility invests $4.5 million in renovation

St. James Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center project includes new cardiac rehabilitation program and enhanced services

5/27/2014


Wichita hospital renovates women's care unit

Wesley Medical Center project includes 33 private patient rooms, the nurses' station and hallways

5/23/2014


Skokie Hospital renovation plans scaled back

NorthShore University HealthSystem wants to scale back a $157 million renovation because the facility admits fewer patients and is shifting to more outpatient care

5/21/2014


Naval Medical Center rehabs repair division

The Naval Medical Center in San Diego overhauls aging and inefficient biomedical repair department

5/13/2014


Emergency room renovation to boost safety, efficiency

Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene in Keene, N.H., will update safety features and modernize a number of private patient rooms

5/12/2014


Phased renovation needs precise timing to pay off

The operation must be meticulously planned, because the work site is connected to the rest of the building's systems, according to a Healthcare Design article

5/9/2014


Shuttered Buffalo clinic becomes a state-of-the-art facility

$2.5 million rehab includes state-of-the-art examination rooms, digital record-keeping and a floor plan designed for coordination of services

5/8/2014


North Carolina women's center plans $26.8M project to double its size

Novant Health Matthews Medical Center will add 49,000 square feet to its women's services

5/6/2014


Houston medical center plans $650M expansion, renovation

Texas Medical Center will add 1.34 million square feet and 160 additional beds

5/5/2014



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