Hereford Regional Medical Center, Hospital and Medical Office Building
Hereford Regional Medical Center's original building was opened to the community in 1924 and has under gone numerous renovation projects. Faced with an aging facility and unable to meet the community's growing health needs, Hereford Regional Medical Center purchased land for a new campus which currently houses their 28,800-square-foot medical office building, which was designed and built by HDR and opened in 2009. The replacement hospital was built with a connected enclosed walkway to the medical office building and opened December 2011.
This health district in the Texas Panhandle had long outgrown their campus medical office and needed to combine it with their off site clinic. The design-build team worked with the CEO and the hospital board to improve efficiency and create a cost-effective facility that would help them meet their goals and continue to improve the healthcare in their growing community.
- Type of Construction: New Construction, Replacement
- Size: 81,000 SF (7,500m²)
- Professional Services: Design-Build
- Project Components: Admitting/Registration, Ambulatory Services, Atrium/Lobby, Chapel, Clinical Laboratory and Phlebotomy, Conference Room, Emergency Department, Endoscopy, Gift Shop, Labor-Delivery-Recovery (LDR), Labor-Delivery-Recovery-Postpartum (LDRP), Medical/Surgical Beds, Nursery, Parking, Physical Therapy, Radiology, Surgery (inpatient), Surgery (outpatient)
- Project Type: Critical Access Hospital
- Related Projects: Ambulatory Care, Architecture, Healthcare