These 4 healthcare projects transform care in the Valley

Above: Banner Health is spending $106 million on expanding its Banner Boswell Medical Center at 10401 W. Thunderbird Blvd. in Sun City. Real Estate | 2 Dec, 2020 |

The rate of healthcare building has been steady in the last few years, with several new facilities coming online each year. These four healthcare projects are the latest to open in the Valley:

HonorHealth Sonoran Crossing

Medical Center

Location: 33400 N. 32nd Ave., Phoenix

Size: 210,000 SF

Builder: McCarthy Building Companies

Architect: Devenney Group

Opened: September 2020

Facility details: This 70 inpatient room facility is the sixth medical center opened by HonorHealth. Medical services on campus include family centered obstetrical and gynecological care including all aspects of the birthing experience as well care for our newest patients; newborns. This entire service is supported by a team of highly skilled physicians specially trained to provide the highest level of care and attention that new families need during this exciting time.

A variety of highly skilled surgeons will perform surgeries across using the latest technology. This includes physicians specializing in joint replacement and minimally invasive orthopedic care, spine procedures, gynecologic and general surgery procedures. HonorHealth team members will guide patients through the surgery process from pre-admission and testing, to preparing patients about what to expect before, during and after any procedure. Education classes are also available for those who are interested in learning more about care that may impact their health and well-being. The operating rooms are slightly larger than average, to help make them ultra-flexible. This allows the surgical team to accommodate a greater array of procedures in a comfortable safe environment, with state-of-the-art technology.

Along with general medically focused services, there are other supportive care offered including emergency services staffed with residency-trained, board-certified emergency physicians; a full-service Emergency Department, serving patients of all ages, open 24 hours, 7 days a week. Sonoran Crossing also has critical care capabilities should the need arise.    

Valleywise Health North and South Metro Ambulatory clinics

Locations: 19th Ave. and Northern (North) and 35th Ave. and Southern (South), Phoenix

Size: Both are 26,000 SF

Builder: Sundt Construction Inc.

Architect: DWL Architects & Planners

Opened: September 2020

Facility details: The two community health center projects are approximately 14 miles from each other. Both clinics are single-story 26,000-square-foot buildings on three-acre sites. Each clinic features 24 exam rooms, an X-ray room, ultrasound rooms, lab space, a pharmacy, as well as a community learning library and classrooms.

 

Banner Boswell Medical Center

Emergency Department

Location: 10401 W. Thunderbird Blvd.,

Sun City

Size: 40,000 SF

Cost: Part of $106 million expansion of medical center

Builder: McCarthy Building Companies

Architect: HMC Architects

Key subcontractors: SGSI, Inc., Buehler & Buehler, Southland Industries, Foothills Fire Protection, Schuff Steel (Greywolf), Cannon & Wendt, University Mechanical, Norris Design and The Berg Group.

Opened: October 2020

Facility details: The new emergency department is part of a larger $106 million expansion project that also includes a new patient tower which is expected to be completed in Q2 2021. This is the largest renovation that the medical facility has undergone in 30 years. The new emergency department increases capacity from 42 to 56 beds, allowing the department to care for up to 60,000 ED patients annually, representing a 25-percent increase.

Banner Rehabilitation Hospital West

Location: 12740 N. Plaza Del Rio Blvd., Peoria

Size: 65,500 SF

Cost: $27.8 million

Builder: Brasfield & Gorrie LLC

Architect: GWG3

Opened: September 2020

Facility details: This facility is a joint venture between Banner Health and Select Medical. It is a 56-bed, all-private-room medical rehabilitation hospital. Banner Rehabilitation Hospital West is the first of three to be built under a joint venture between Banner and Select Medical. The new acute inpatient rehabilitation hospitals will be located

in the metro Phoenix, West Valley and East Valley areas to better serve the needs of patients requiring care resulting from stroke, spinal cord injury, brain injury, amputation, neurological disorders, among other conditions. Banner Rehabilitation Hospital West offers programs and services specially designed to help patients restore strength, mobility and independence as they heal and recover from a myriad of diagnostic conditions.

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