Sublette County Rural Healthcare District Clinics

  • Category
  • Size
    16,560 s.f.
  • Complete
    September 2008
  • Location
    Pinedale, Wyoming

Comprehensive plannning services leads to prototype design

The Sublette County Rural Healthcare District engaged Davis Partnership in 2004 to analyze their current clinics and ambulance facilities with the possibility for renovation. Davis provided a detailed review of the structures, accompanied by statistical analysis of the caseload utilization and potential for future growth in the region. This master plan effort recommended one clinic be renovated and expanded with the other to be replaced with new construction. After careful consideration, the district felt creating a prototype for replacing both clinics, instead of renovating present ones, was more in line with their goals for the future of these growing communities. The 16,560 square foot clinic prototypes have been designed to include an urgent care center along one side of a main daytime entry and an exam clinic along the other. The clinics currently function with the same staff working both sides during the daytime requiring special attention to efficiency of patient and clinical flow. [Read More]

Project Scope

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

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