How a Regional Health System saved Capital, Time, and Resources Developing an Ambulatory Network
With a clear strategy focused on building an ambulatory network and aggregating providers scattered across two states, Genesis Health system selected MedCraft as their real estate and development partner. Click here to read the case study and learn about how MedCraft and Genesis worked together to build multiple one-stop health and wellness destinations, enabling Genesis to meet its patient care, physician alignment and capital preservation goals.
Genesis HealthPlex Locations
3200 W. Kimberly Rd 2140 53rd Ave 3900 28th Ave
Davenport, Iowa Bettendorf, Iowa Moline, Illinois
Health System: Genesis Health System
Contractor: Estes Construction
Architect: BLDD Architects
Stamford Integrated Care Pavilion Optimizes Collaborative Patient-Centered Care
Stamford Health set-out to redefine health care for the residents of Stamford Connecticut and its surrounding communities. The goal was to develop a clinically integrated, collaborative environment that was welcoming to patients and attractive to physicians in the community. Stamford chose to partner with MedCraft in developing the new facility.
The Stamford Integrated Care Pavilion opened in December 2016, the 97,000 square foot facility helps position Stamford Health as a premier provider of 21st century care, demonstrating its commitment to community health and wellness. MedCraft’s collaborative process enabled Stamford to create clinically integrated medical practice space that is ideal for building success in today’s value-based care environment – and flexible enough to expand and adapt to future needs.
The facility offers patients and physicians a range of amenities and advantages over traditional practice environments – in a more cost-effective setting. Increased efficiencies are being realized as well as cost savings from consolidating disparate practices into one integrated and convenient facility.
Learn more about MedCraft’s role in the development of the Stamford Integrated Care Pavilion in this short video.
Stamford Integrated Care Pavilion
29 Hospital Plaza
Health System: Stamford Health
Contractor: Suffolk Construction
Architect: WHR Architects
MedStar Health, a 10-hospital health system based in Baltimore, Maryland, wanted to expand healthcare access to the growing population of Harford County, Maryland. They called on MedCraft to partner with them in developing the new MedStar Health Bel Air Medical Campus. Since opening in April 2016, the 107,000 square foot ambulatory care center has effectively integrated highly-skilled physicians and staff into a well-planned collaborative care facility offering urgent care, primary care, women’s services, imaging, rehabilitation, orthopaedics, and comprehensive cancer services.
As with every new project, MedCraft partnered with MedStar to establish a clear set of goals for the project. These served as the guiding tenets for the overall development process. Increased market share, better coordinated care, higher levels of patient and physician satisfaction, and the opportunity to expand over time were just a few of MedStar’s objectives for the facility. Working together with MedStar Executive Leadership, we studied the needs of the community, introduced best practices from other MedCraft facilities, encouraged user groups to think differently about their future care environment, and focused on co-locating services to leverage clinical synergies and provide opportunities for future expansion. All of this resulted in what MedStar now describes as “a one-stop shop hospital without beds.”
Within six months of opening, the Bel Air Medical Campus is realizing impressive results according to MedStar leadership and the physicians and clinicians who practice in the facility. The design and flow of the building allow physicians to work more efficiently and minimize patient wait times. Community and patient feedback have been overwhelmingly positive as measured by increasing volumes and patient satisfaction results. By expanding access in a growing community and aligning services with two of MedStar hospitals in the region, the system is strengthening its market position and has a master plan in place for future growth in Harford County.
Learn more about MedCraft’s role in the development of the Bel Air Medical Campus in this short video.
MedCraft and Ascension executive and physician leaders share their experience collaborating to develop a new 60,000 square foot ambulatory facility and how they:
• Recruited 25 primary and specialty care physicians to a new satellite location and fully leased the facility prior to opening
• Constructed it in under 10 months
• Reduced Ascension’s square footage requirements
• Created a one-stop shop for patients and visitors
St. John Providence Medical Center
1225 S. Latson Drive
Health System: Ascension
Contractor: CSM Group
Architect: Diekema Hamann Architecture
Hardin Memorial Health – Bardstown Medical Plaza
A comprehensive development solution
Hardin Memorial Health partnered with MedCraft to develop the new 70,000 SF Bardstown Medical Plaza. Understanding the health system’s need to expand services and redefine its brand in a key growth market, MedCraft provided a comprehensive development solution and delivered the medical plaza much faster than Hardin Memorial Health could have done themselves.
Hear Hardin Memorial executives and physician leaders share their experience in partnering with MedCraft to develop the Medical Plaza – their “future model of ambulatory health care”.
Hardin Memorial Health
3615 E. John Rowan Blvd
Health System: Hardin Memorial Health System
Contractor: Robins & Morton
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