OakLeaf Surgical Hospital and Medical Office
102,000 square feet
Through GMC’s facility assessment and subsequent mediation plan, the original facility was able to remain operational during construction. The new facility includes 52 surgeons and 15 specialties that offer surgical procedures on an outpatient or extended-stay basis.
The two-story, state-of-the-art acute care surgical facility includes seven operating suites, four procedure rooms and 30 private patient rooms.
OakLeaf Surgical Hospital’s original facility had many code issues and was at risk of condemnation due to deficiencies identified by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services. GMC was hired to perform a facility assessment and study to compare the economic impact and operational efficiency of an existing facility renovation vs new facility construction in order to accommodate current technologies and improve the overall hospital efficiency.
Upon the completion of the study, it was determined that building a new facility and moving the operations would produce the best return on investment and allow for operational expansion. During the design phase of the project, GMC helped develop a mediation plan which allowed the building to remain operational during construction.
The new two story, state-of-the-art acute care surgical facility includes seven 600 square-foot operating suites, four procedure rooms and 30 private patient rooms. The larger facility allowed for OakLeaf’s Wound Care, Hyperbaric and Concussion Services, which were previously in a separate location, to relocate to the new facility and operate more efficiently under one roof. The attached single-story medical office building contains a surgery center with other outpatient services and was designed with the option for a future second floor expansion.
This really is a state of-the-art hospital. Everyone has absolutely loved the new hospital. Those that know the old hospital are just wowed, so to speak, with everything that’s here.
– Anne Hargrave-Thomas, CEO, Oakleaf Surgical Hospital