Marshall Craft Associates completed and implemented the $89 million Master Plan for Hanover Hospital. The hospital was originally constructed in 1926 and required a creative approach to achieve the primary strategic goals and desired vision, which included the expansion/replacement of numerous key departments. MCA prioritized the needs and developed a cost-effective design and phasing strategy to allow the hospital to accomplish their goals as funds became available.
MCA thoroughly explored a number of options to allow the required addition to fit efficiently on the site and maintain necessary adjacencies. This work included helping Hanover Hospital to evaluate three possible locations for the addition as well as multiple department configurations to best fit their program, budget, and strategic plan.
- Emergency Department: Expanded to 21 beds, 1 resuscitation room, 2 seclusion rooms, 2 orthopedic rooms, 2 gynecologic rooms, 2 triage rooms
- New Surgical Services Department: Six (6) 660-square foot ORs, Cysto Room, Central sterile core
- New Medical/Surgical Inpatient Unit: 24 rooms with bariatric capability, New Central Sterile Processing Department, New Inpatient Pharmacy, New Same-Day Surgery Suite, New Hanover Works Occupational Health Department, New Acute Rehabilitation Unit, New Pathology Department, New Heliport, New Gastroenterology Unit, Physical and Occupational Medicine, Observation Unit
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