Take a photo tour of the new Louis & Peaches Owen Heart Hospital

By Healthcare Facilities Today
August 23, 2013
>Louis & Peaches Owen Heart Hospital

The new Louis & Peaches Owen Heart Hospital is a 184,600-square-foot facility that includes 72 new private patient rooms; a cardiac intensive care unit; cardiac surgical suites; and comprehensive cardiac, thoracic, vascular and pulmonary services—as well as state-of-the-art equipment and integrated electronic health records. A new imaging center connects the new building and the existing hospital.

An article and photo tour of the new hospital is posted on the the Healthcare Design website.

According to the article, the design involved years of planning that included benchmarking against the top heart hospitals in the country. The new building incorporates masonry and squared punched windows of the similar nearby buildings, contrasting the curved-glass façade and metal canopy at the entrance. 

Read the article and take the photo tour.

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