Phoenix Children’s Announces Expansion Projects in USA
Phoenix Children's has announced expansion projects at Thomas Campus, to meet the healthcare requirements of Arizona, USA's growing paediatric population.
At Phoenix Children's Hospital - Thomas Campus, a number of expansion initiatives will add up to 212,000 square feet.
Phoenix Children's intends to launch several Thomas Campus initiatives over the following year. They will mainly concentrate on creating clinical space, adding 60 more clinical exam rooms and about 100 new patient beds.
As part of the Thomas Campus expansion initiatives, the 10th and 11th level build out will add 88,000 square feet of clinical space, nearly 100 new inpatient beds, patient playrooms, and family lounges.
Construction on this build out started last year.
The 11th floor is expected to open the following year, bringing the campus's total number of licenced beds to more than 500.
This month, the patient care tower's 10th floor with 49 patient beds officially opened.
Phoenix Children's Medical Group (PCMG) is also planning on gaining 94,000 square feet of extra workspace in a three-story office building that will be fully operational early in the following year.
Phoenix Children's will also move PCMG to the new office structure and transform 24,100 square feet of space into clinical space for approximately 60 additional exam rooms in specialty clinics like rheumatology, neurology, and nephrology.
Construction is slated for completion this year.
Phoenix Children's is also remodelling and expanding its 6,400 square foot neurodiagnostic sleep lab on the third floor of the hospital.
Eight rooms for electromyography (EMG) and electroencephalography (EEG), as well as clinical support areas, will be available in this facility. The lab's building will be completed this year.
Work will also start on building a garage, adding up to 670 parking spots for Phoenix Children's expanding staff, early this year.
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