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1/3/2017 at 1:30, I arrived at the structure in question but the door was locked. I then headed to Mercy Hospital which was across the street. I asked personnel in hospital admissions to please assist me in contacting someone that was in charge of building and grounds at the hospital. They contacted Mr. Lloyd McFerran (Director of Facility Services) who was out to lunch but asked that I wait for his return.
There are two medical facilities that service the nine municipalities in the Mission Viejo area; Mission Hospital Regional Medical Center, It is a 552-bed acute care, full-service facility serving all of south Orange County and houses the region’s designated trauma center. Children’s Hospital at Mission (CHM) a state-of-the-art 279-bed main hospital, both are within a 10-mile radius. The nine municipalities are Aliso Viejo, Ladera Ranch, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Woods, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Ranch Santa Margarita,
The Century Project was the expansion project that would launch the system through the turn of the century. The project was also established to accommodate the long-term growth of the system. The major projects that were laid out within the Century Project included: the East 100th Street outpatient facility, known as the Crile Building, the enclosed pedestrian walkway, known as the Skyway, that connected the hospital to the Crile Building, the southwest wings of the hospital, and a parking garage on East 100th Street (Clough, 2004). Throughout the time that the Century Project was going on, the hospital also decided to create a new logo, which is still being used today.
The Poole project (the orthopaedic part of the study) involved the refurbishment of existing 1960s acute general wards. In the original ward there were six four –bed bays and six one-bed bays, with lavatories at each end of the ward. In the refurbished unit there are 16 single bedrooms and three four-bed bays. The new bedrooms have a clean, simple interior (using natural timber), and en-suite bathrooms.
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Monies to renovate the hospital wing will come from a capital budget which will include the demolition and reconstruction of the existing structure without changing the footprint. Equipment and furnishings needed for the unit will also come from the capital budget. The hospital may apply for grants or run a fundraising campaign through the hospital foundation to assist with the costs of the project. “A fundamental concept integral to business planning is the time value of money. A dollar today is worth more than a dollar in the future” (McKay & Peters, 2013, p. 107). McKay & Peters go on to state that “Whatever money a project generates over time must take into account that the value of the dollar is falling” (2013, p. 107). The capital budget for the hospital wing renovation is an estimate of 1,500,000 dollars. This number is derived from comparing similar projects and then determining a reasonable budget for the project planned. One such similar project at Clarke County Hospital in Osceola, Iowa had a budget of 2,200,000 for a 10,000 sq. feet renovation of nine patient rooms. This renovation included replacing an elevator, a pharmacy remodel, and a mechanical penthouse with a chiller (Graham Construction Company, 2012). Another wing renovation at Braintree Rehabilitation Hospital was done in 2009 for 1.4 million dollars that included 35 patient room and a therapeutic patio (Scheible, 2009, p.1).
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This paper provides an overview of the facility planning process for the Urgent Care Clinic. The Urgent Care Clinic is considered a family clinic that is located in Virginia. In this paper the author will discuss the following elements. The communities need for the clinics renovation. The current type of population that is in need of health care services. And a brief description of the Urgent Care Clinic and what it will offer to those residents within this area.
The facility includes one reception, 30 residents room with attached toilets , 2 kitchens, lounge area, ramp before entering inside the facility, staff room that includes microwave, toasters, refrigerator; pad room, recreational room, offices for administrative staff, manual handling machines, wheelchairs, medication room, visitors
Finally this project is projected to take around 18 months to be completed along with hiring staff, renovations, ordering supplies and machines. The budget is projected for $2.45 million which we have started cutting cost in many areas along with the money that we have already acquired for this project currently of $1.7 million. We have been approved for $1 million from the government and will be able to obtain the rest from what we save throughout the urgent care budgets. This new venture will be a great opportunity for this urgent care facility to give back to the patients that are not getting the proper care needed and those that neglect to follow-up on their doctors visits.
The Dixie Regional Medical Center is undergoing expansions. The new expansions recently finished have been desperately needed and have been helpful. Granted, they reduce costs that would have come from transporting people between the two inpatient hospital facilities that were about a mile and a half apart, as well as the cost of health risks that might accompany transporting patients has been reduced. Although these expansions have been major, costing over $182 million dollars to Intermountain Healthcare and adding more than 270,000 square feet of hospital space, it has not been enough to meet the demands of the ever increasing population in local areas
During the process improvement meeting, Janice pointed out the issues with the current hospital buildings. Tangibles such as facilities, and equipments are the most important dimension