Good Samaritan Medical Center

Healthcare design promotes evidence-based, best-practice care approach

The vision for this 552,000 square-foot medical center, located on a seventy-seven-acre site, was to elevate standards for patient care through a best practice, evidence-based approach that provides care and compassion for patients and care partners. Davis Partnership Architects’ hospital design provided for 144 licensed beds in private rooms, with shell space for an additional ninety-six beds. An airy and inviting double-height atrium adjacent to the primary entry acts as the critical organizational wayfinding element for the facility. The atrium also connects the hospital to the adjacent 200,000 square-foot Kaiser Permanente clinic and its 75,000 square-foot physicians office building. The design features, color palette, and materials represent the hospital as a vibrant facility that philosophically encourages active lifestyles and promotes wellness in addition to fighting disease. [Read More]

Project Scope

  • Architecture
  • Healthcare
  • Interior Design
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Planning

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