Friday, August 16, 2013

Via Christi Hospital Women’s Center - Pittsburg KS


Architectural Firm: HMN Architects

Marlite Certified Parner: Carroll Seating

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Via Christi Hospital in Pittsburg is a regional leader in health care for southeast Kansas.
Our comprehensive Cancer Center was among the first in the region and is fully certified by the American College of Surgeons.
The Via Christi Heart Center features a state-of-the-art catheterization lab and is supported by our newly renovated $2.6 million Cardiac Stepdown Unit.
Our Emergency Room is recognized as a Level III Trauma Center by the Committee on Trauma of the American College of Surgeons.
Our specialty service line is extensive and includes Orthopedics, Diagnostics, Surgery, Physical Therapy and Occupational Health.
Every day we make a difference in the lives of those we serve. We're committed to our mission of serving as a healing presence with special concern for our neighbors who are most vulnerable.
Via Christi Hospital in Pittsburg is accredited by The Joint Commission and holds memberships in the American Hospital Association, the Kansas Hospital Association and the Catholic Health Association. Read More

Via Christi Hospital Women’s Center

Before designing the Women’s Center, HMN’s team accompanied the client on a tour of several other facilities to “benchmark” the preferred configuration of the new unit. Mock-up rooms were then developed to determine the desired layouts for the LDR and Post-Partum rooms. The renovated center is three times the size of the previous unit. The new Women’s Center has five labor rooms and 13 all-private postpartum rooms. 
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Rooms are equipped with hotel-style amenities, including flat screen televisions, recliners and larger bathrooms with showers and hair dryers. The $6 million project includes two new triage rooms and a central fetal monitoring system, allowing nurses to monitor multiple babies. Read More

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