Cleveland Clinic Akron General
Hasenstab Architects is currently providing architectural and interior design services for a new 57,500 square foot, Level 1 Trauma, emergency department facility with 61 patient care spaces.
The original emergency department consisted of a 17,500 square foot facility located within the main hospital on the southeast side of the building. The facility was largely created in 1984 with several subsequent additions of renovated space. The space was inadequate in its size for current volumes and the space layout was somewhat fragmented and suboptimal. The project includes shell space for a future patient unit on the second floor.
Hasenstab Architects is working with Cleveland Clinic Akron General’s staff, Huddy HealthCare Solutions, and the engineering teams to design a new building able to accommodate 65,000 – 75,000 visits per year. The new Emergency Department incorporates two radiology rooms and CT scanner room within the department. A new helipad will be located on top of the new ED building and a bridge will connect the ED to the main hospital.
The project is scheduled to be completed in fall of 2018.