Endovascular Operating Room
Cleveland Clinic Akron General
The Endovascular Operating Room at Cleveland Clinic’s Akron General Medical Center is a hybrid OR that provides advanced capabilities for endovascular and coronary diagnostics and treatment. Flexible design allows the space to be used for more invasive surgery if the case requires.
Two older operating rooms were demolished and combined to provide space for the 780-square foot endovascular operating room. The new space includes an overhead mounted C-Arm, control room and associated equipment.
The ceiling space provides boom mounted arms for two 50” monitors, four smaller monitors, four operating lights, an equipment boom at the foot of the table and an anesthesia boom at the head of the table. Overhead medical gas connections are also provided if the perfusion machine is required during open heart procedures. The project also included an expansion of the scrub area and storage for the surgical suite.
This suite complements a series of high-tech operating rooms designed by Hasenstab Architects at Akron General, including the Integrated Operating Rooms 11/12, the Integrated CT Operating Room and the Integrated MRI Operating Room.