Medical University of South Carolina Children's Hospital

Medical University of South Carolina Children's Hospital

Carolina Board of Trustees approved the plan to build a new $385 million, 625,000 sf Children’s Hospital and Women’s Pavilion facility.

The hospital and pavilion will be the newest inpatient hospital care facility for the Medical University of South Carolina community.

Some of the major components of the new facility will include:
• 200 beds
• 79 bed NICU with couplet care
• PICU and PCICU
• Cancer and blood disorder clinic and inpatient unit
• Labor and delivery unit
• Children’s emergency services
• Women’s specialty services
• OR platform including: 8 ORs inclusive of 2 CVORs, 2 Cath Labs/EP, MRI, Minor Procedure rooms and Endoscopy and IR room
• Diagnostic Imaging

Location

Charleston, South Carolina

 

Jersey Shore Medical Center

Jersey Shore Medical Center

Jersey Shore University Medical Center was a 433,400 square foot, $300 million expansion and renovation project.

The expansion project included a new 144-bed new patient care pavilion featuring all-private rooms and an innovative model of nursing care; a state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment building offering the latest in diagnostic technology, surgical suites, and new 12-bed intensive care unit dedicated for cardiac patients; a new emergency department and trauma center with the ability to annually treat more than 100,000 patients. 

Genesis Planning provided the medical equipment planning and procurement services for the addition of approximately 200 beds, a new emergency department and expansion surgery, imaging, and NICU and cath labs.

Location

Neptune, New Jersey

 

 

North Island Hospital Projects

North Island Hospital Projects

The Vancouver Island Health Authority is one of the five regional health authorities responsible for delivering a full continuum of health services to meet the needs of the population within its respective region. It is responsible for providing a wide range of health services to about 750,000 people across a large and diverse geographic area which includes Vancouver Island, the Gulf and Discovery Islands, and parts of the mainland area opposite northern Vancouver Island. 

The Vancouver Island Health Authority selected Genesis Planning as the medical technology planning and procurement team for the $600 million North Island Hospitals Project, the construction of two new hospitals Comox Valley and Campbell River, located in British Columbia. 

The new Comox Valley hospital campus will include a 21,488 square meter acute care facility and a 1,031 square meter Clinical Support Building, offering the following programs and services:

- 153 beds including medical, surgical, intensive care, maternity and newborn, and some mental health and addictions services

- Emergency, Diagnostic Imaging (including MRI), Surgical and Endoscopy Services, Ambulatory; Care Programs, and Cardio Pulmonary; Diagnostic Services and Support services

The NEW Campbell River hospital campus will be constructed on the existing hospital site and include a 15,239 square meter acute care facility, and a 1,058 square meter Clinical Support Building, with the following programs and services:

- 95 beds including medical, surgical, intensive care, psychiatry, maternity and newborn; Mental health and addiction programs, 

- Emergency, Diagnostic Imaging, Surgical and Endoscopy; Ambulatory Care Programs; Maternity and Cardio-Pulmonary Diagnostic Services and Support services

Location

British Columbia

 

Aberdeen Proving Ground Medical Research

Aberdeen Proving Ground Medical Research

The new 528,000SF Research Laboratory facility located in Edgewood, Maryland will consolidate chemical agent labs; vivarium; administrative spaces, logistics; mechanical and filtration interstitial zones, and areas from 15 existing facilities.

Genesis Planning is responsible for all planning and purchasing of medical, research, and non-medical equipment; installation, commissioning, testing, training for all non-IT equipment, warehouse management services and project close out.

 

 

Location

Edgewood, Maryland

 

Methodist Institute for Technology, Innovation & Education

Methodist Institute for Technology, Innovation & Education

The Methodist Institute for Technology Innovation & Education (MITIE)  is a national center for research and education in minimally-invasive surgical  procedures that provides hands-on training to practicing healthcare professionals and research on new technologies.

The 35,000SF facility combines a procedural skills lab, research core and virtual hospital on a single floor—creating synergy between collaborative research and training activities. 

The procedural skills lab includes 15-operating stations to teach minimally-invasive techniques, using animate and inanimate subjects. Video from two demonstration stations can be distributed live to each training station as well as recorded. 

The research core includes three simulated operating rooms. Two of these are outfitted for robotic surgery training, using the DaVinci platform. The third incorporates a CT scanner. Here, physicians and scientists develop new technology and procedural techniques. Proven procedures can be distributed by video to the procedural skills lab or a stepped-floor MedPresence videoconference room. 

The virtual hospital includes two simulation operating suites, in which physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals train on specific clinical scenarios, using full-size human patient simulators. These sessions, which include topics such as CCU patient management or cardiac arrest, are videotaped and reviewed afterward in six debrief conference rooms.

There is shell space to add two additional simulation suites in the future. In addition, the virtual hospital has four partial task training rooms. These allow learners to focus on a narrow component of a procedure, such as how to manage a difficult airway or insert a central line using ultrasound guidance. These four rooms can be combine  into a single room for large-group trainings.

Location

Houston, Texas

 

Memorial Hermann Memorial City Cancer Center

Memorial Hermann Memorial City Cancer Center

The Cancer Center at Memorial Hermann Memorial City brings together world-class skill, leading-edge technology and the most modern care available. They offer a continuum of diagnostic, treatment and support services designed with the needs of cancer patients in mind. 

Oncology nurse navigators are strategically located through the Memorial Hermann System and are available to help cancer patients transition from diagnosis through treatment and beyond. Patients are then able to traverse their cancer pathway more easily and focus on recovery and healing.

The Cancer Center at Memorial Hermann Memorial City is accredited as a Community Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Program.

Genesis Healthcare International (Genesis Planning) was contracted by Memorial Hermann Healthcare System to provide Medical Technology Equipment Planning Services for the construction of the 20,000 square foot Memorial City Medical Center - Cancer Center.

The center was a build out in the existing Medical Plaza 4 (MP4) on the 1st floor. The scope of work required that the 1st floor footprint of MP4 to be expanded to accommodate two Linear Accelerator vaults, one HDR room and a CT Simulator.

Genesis worked with the Memorial Hermann designated Project Manager to ensure that the architectural and engineering design, construction documentation and construction administration efforts were coordinated with medical equipment specifications and adhered to the quality, cost and schedule objectives of the projects.

 

 

Location

Houston, Texas

 

Rex Healthcare

Rex Healthcare

Rex Healthcare, a member of the UNC System is a not-for-profit integrated health care system, owned by the State of North Carolina and based in Chapel Hill. Together, Rex Healthcare and UNC provide state-of-the-art healthcare to the people of the community.

The 400,000SF expansion and renovation project features:

Cancer Center: A five-story expansion and renovation with connectivity to the existing hospital bed tower. The center will contain a Hematology/Oncology Clinic with 24 exam rooms, 3 Procedure rooms and 40 private bays for infusion.

Heart and Vascular: This project consists of the centralization of the current cardiovascular services; including 4 Cath Labs , 2 EP Labs, 2 IR suites, Endovascular Lab, 3 Gamma Cameras/Spect CT, Non-invasive cardiology including Ultrasound, Tee’s Stress Testing.

Surgical Center: The expansion of the existing inpatient surgical suite will allow for the co-location of the inpatient and outpatient surgery. This project will include 27 Operating Suites, 12 new OR’s and 3 future OR’s.

Central Lab Relocation: The clinical lab will be relocated and expanded to the added space above surgery on Level 3. There will be no Stat Lab function in Surgery area on Level 2.

Outpatient Imaging: Outpatient Imaging will remain at the current location. MRI will be relocated and co-locate with Outpatient Imaging.

Miscellaneous Spaces:  Includes Central Plant, Central Sterile Processing, Administrative Office Spaces and Physician’s Lounge.

Location

Raleigh,  North Carolina

 

Stamford Hospital

Stamford Hospital

Stamford Hospital is a not-for-profit, community teaching hospital that has served Stamford and surrounding Connecticut communities for more than 100 years. This facility maintains 305 inpatient beds with specialties in medicine, surgery, obstetrics/gynecology, psychiatry, and medical and surgical critical care units.

Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital

Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital

Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital (PSHCH) at Penn State Hershey Medical Center is a destination for hope and healing for thousands of children and their families. 

Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center

Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center

Genesis was qualified and contracted by the Department of the Army to provide comprehensive medical equipment technology planning and procurement services for the Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center’s new hospital.