Kitchell, Velocity, OWP complete ‘Teen Den’ at MIHS

Real Estate | 12 Jun |

When you’re an adolescent, navigating everyday life is challenging enough. When you’re sick and requiring hospital care, life becomes infinitely more complicated. MIHS recently unveiled a new space to make its teen patients feel a little more comfortable at its dedicated MIHS Teen Den.

“We are excited to see this project come together,” said MIHS CEO Steve Purves. “It has clearly turned into an incredible room and there is no doubt our young patients will enjoy this space for years to come.”

The 525-square-foot space, located on the third floor of Maricopa Medical Center, was remodeled to give it a non-clinical feel with more color, millwork, a sliding door, new ceilings, lighting and flooring.

“Big thanks to three organizations that were instrumental in making this happen,” Purves said. “Velocity Retail Group raised more than $11,000, Orcutt | Winslow designed the fantastic space and Kitchell oversaw the entire project from start to finish.”

Talent and supplies were also provided by Alliance Fire Protection, Bizarre Wood, Cannon and Wendt Electric, Child’s Play, Corporate Technology Solutions, Haworth, Lanmor, NKW Inc., Rembrandt, Spectra Flooring, TD Industries, TP Acoustics and Tucson Business Interiors.

Located in Phoenix, Maricopa Integrated Health System has a proud tradition of being both the community safety net health care system, with a mission and commitment to serving the underserved and Arizona’s only public teaching hospital. MIHS consists of Maricopa Medical, the only Level I Trauma Center in Arizona verified by the American College of Surgeons to care for both adults and children, Arizona’s only nationally verified Burn Center serving the entire Southwestern United States, MIHS’s McDowell Healthcare Center, which is the largest provider of HIV primary care in Arizona, the Refugee Women’s Health Clinic, the Arizona Children’s Center, two behavioral health centers, and 13 neighborhood Family Health Centers. To learn more about MIHS, please visit www.mihs.org

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