Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital Unveils New Tower

The expansion adds 58,000 square feet to better support the health and healing of patients across multiple departments and services.

By HFT Staff
June 22, 2022

Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital has completed its new 58,000-square-foot hospital expansion tower, designed by the architecture and engineering firm Stantec. This first phase of the hospital’s expansion and renovation project will enhance access to acute hospital services to meet Northern California’s growing needs.

Highlights include: 

  • A new three-story wing to the east side of the existing hospital that includes an additional 40 licensed private-room beds, one operating room, a second one shelled, three new endoscopy rooms, a new outpatient care unit to replace the existing one, and specialized conference room spaces for nurse, clinician, and patient learning. 
  • The first Department of Health Care Access and Information project in California to use a prefabricated exterior system. 
  • The new facility blends prefab elements with non-prefab components.  
  • Leveraging the hospital’s recently installed photovoltaic panels, the expansion is targeting LEED Version 2.2 Verification Treatment. The facility design features natural lighting throughout and views of the surrounding community. 

The second phase of the project — an expansion of the hospital’s emergency department and support services — is under way, with an expected completion date of fall 2022. This final project phase includes the renovation of approximately 10,000 square feet in the existing hospital to add 21 emergency department exam rooms, enhanced dietary service, an expanded lab and blood bank, and the renovation of a central processing unit. 

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