ORANGE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER – AMBULATORY SURGERY AND OUTPATIENT CARE CENTER
Positioning an academic medical center for enhanced delivery of outpatient and cancer care.
Orange Regional Medical Center commissioned BatesForum to master plan their campus anticipating the future needs of their community. As an outcome of the master plan BatesForum is leading the design effort on two separate adjacent projects, an outpatient care center and cancer center expansion.
The 153,000-square-foot Ambulatory Surgery and Outpatient Care Center is attached to the adjacent existing hospital facilities. The program incorporates two floors of outpatient diagnostic and treatment services including an Outpatient Imaging, Women’s, and Ambulatory Surgery Center. Three upper floors organize physician provider suites within an academic clinic model to leverage operational and space efficiencies in support of ORMC’s new hospital employed physician practice.
The 25,000-square-foot Cancer Center is an expansion and renovation of ORMC’s existing Cancer Center. The program of new and renovated space includes patient care services in both radiation oncology and infusion.
The two projects were designed to integrate into an overall campus master plan vision to enhance brand identity and the overall patient and staff experience.
HGA, a BatesForum consulting partner on the project, provided LEAN Programming and Medical Planning,
*Originally designed by Forum Studio