Following the recommendations of the facility master plan the hospital developed a project that included an expansion and remodel of the existing clinic and a new two-story addition housing twenty-five inpatient beds (OB, ICU and Med-Surg). In addition, the emergency department and the surgical suite were replaced. Upon completion of the addition, existing portions of the hospital were remodeled to serve pharmacy, PT/OT rehab, cardiac rehab, and other hospital functions. Major infrastructure upgrades included a new 1,000 kW emergency generator and associated distribution, a new chilled water plant, new medical air compressor and vacuum pump, and a new nurse call system for the entire facility. The old two-story patient wing was demolished at the end of the project.
The project was completed in multiple phases over 30 months of construction while maintaining hospital operations. Detailed planning and coordination with the Construction Manager and the Owner were essential during the remodeling phase of the project. HVAC systems serving renovated areas were upgraded to comply with current Codes and to optimize energy efficiency while reducing maintenance.
Ongoing renovations after this project have provided improved space utilization, expanded program space and new in-house services.
CCMH is a Critical Access Hospital.
Square Feet: 36,400 Addition / 29,785 Renovation