Designed to grow with the surrounding community, this new replacement hospital includes an integrated four-story medical office building housing various support departments. The first floor of the hospital contains an emergency department, pre-admit testing, central registration, diagnostic imaging, cardiology, surgery, cath, endoscopy and pre-op space, in addition to a PACU, lab, pharmacy and support services. On the second floor, an obstetrics unit contains LDR, NICU, postpartum/GYN unit, C-section rooms and a medical/surgical unit. The third floor contains an ICU/CCC and a step-down unit. The MOB includes support departments such as dietary, environmental services, materials management, a pharmacy, lab space and administrative offices.

In order to create a seamless transition, the team carried design elements from the hospital into the MOB. This continuity, paired with different occupancy types, creates a consistent architectural vernacular between the two distinct healthcare spaces.

Designed with future growth in mind, the hospital is structured to accommodate an expansion of up to two floors to keep up with demand. The MOB space includes four planned levels with the option for the inclusion of a fifth, mirroring the flexibility of the hospital.