MetroHealth Medical Center’s Critical Care Pavilion (CCP) Expansion offers spacious, light-filled spaces for patient care and recovery.
The expansion adds 85 ICU beds and two floors over the existing CCP, which houses an emergency department and surgery suites.
Patient rooms designed for comfort, consistency, flexibility. Patients will stay in private rooms that provide plenty of space for visitors. The ICU rooms are same-handed, allowing staff to maintain a consistent workflow from room to room. They are also acuity-adaptable.
The patient headwalls were prefabricated, advancing the project’s fast-paced design and constructions schedule.
Lighting designed with healing in mind. In the ICU corridors, the lighting has been programmed to mimic the day/night cycle. The goal is to help patients maintain their circadian rhythm and sleep more soundly.
Special Disease Care Units (SDCU) accommodate highly contagious patients. Because MetroHealth is the only CDC-designated Ebola Treatment Center in Ohio, two patient rooms are federally-funded SDCUs, specifically designed for patients with highly infectious diseases.
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