Bristol Hospital Surgery Center
The project goal was to design a Surgery Center to replace an existing outdated Operating Room Suite with a facility that would meet in-patient needs as well as a growing number of future outpatient procedures. A major hurdle was to create a separate identity for the outpatient part of the facility while maintaining safe and convenient access for in-patients and staff.

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After numerous design options, it was decided to proceed with a freestanding facility connected by a bridge to the main hospital. The design solution is a two-story facility with a partial basement level. The lower level encompasses the Waiting and Registration Areas as well as Pre-Op, Stage II Recovery and Minor Procedure Rooms. The upper level houses the Operating Suite, PACU and Staff Support Areas. The project also includes a new 8-story dedicated elevator tower to facilitate in-patient movement to the Operating Room Suite.

The facility houses 7 Operating Rooms, a Cystoscopy Room, a 12 Bed PACU, Holding, a 30-Bed Pre-Op/Stage II Recovery area, 3 Endoscopy Rooms, 2 Outpatient Surgery Rooms, a Coffee Shop, Waiting space, 8-Story Elevator Tower, Clinical Support spaces, and Administrative Support areas.

CLIENT

Bristol Hospital

LOCATION

Bristol, CT

YEAR COMPLETED

2003

SIZE

50,000 SF

COST

$12,000,000

QA+M Architecture is a full-service architectural firm that provides programming, planning and interior design for clients in Commercial, community, education, healthcare, historical, housing, and recreational/athletic markets. Staffed by 33 dedicated professionals, including 18 licensed architects, the firm has grown into one of the 10 largest architectural firms in Connecticut.

ADDRESS

195 Scott Swamp Rd, Farmington, CT 06032

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