Yuma District Hospital & Clinics

  • Category
  • Size
    68,000 s.f.
  • Complete
    May 2007
  • Location
    Yuma, Colorado

Rural hospital and clinic designed for growth

Davis Partnership was engaged by Yuma District Hospital to analyze existing utilization statistics and growth trends to determine the design and development of a new facility. A 1990s addition to the original 1950s building was no longer adequate. This hospital was landlocked, making expansion challenging with costly land acquisition and construction phasing. The program that resulted was then converted to cost projections, allowing for USDA critical access hospital funding. The facility opened in 2007 as a 68,000 square-foot, 12-bed critical access hospital with full-service surgery, OB, ED, lab, radiology, and physical and cardiac rehab programs. Included is a clinic with twenty-one exam rooms, a specialty physician suite, and four procedure rooms. Expansion provisions have been incorporated for double capacity of all departments. This allows the facility to achieve its full twenty-five bed critical access allotment should the need be realized.

Project Scope

  • Architecture
  • Healthcare
  • Interior Design
  • Landscape Architecture

Award Winning Project

2007 American Concrete Institute - Rocky Mountain Chapter Award of Excellence for Public Building Under $10 Million

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