Summa Health

Stow-Kent Medical Center

Hasenstab Architects, in collaboration with Perspectus Architecture, designed the new, two-story Stow-Kent Medical Center for Summa Health.

The first floor of the ambulatory services facility provides space for services including imaging (X-ray, mammography, bone density, and future CT and MRI), cardiac and pulmonary testing, and Infusion (non-chemo). The remainder of the floor includes lab services and urgent care with a dedicated entrance for after-hours and weekend services.

The second floor is dedicated to multi-disciplinary medical group practices with services that include: OB-Gyn, Urology, Urodynamics, Cardiology, Pulminary, Endochronology and Internal Medicine.

The medical group space is supported by 43 exam rooms and five treatment rooms. It was designed using a universal exam and treatment room to allow for the pods of rooms to flex between various practices as demand changes. Medical support spaces for the treatment team share a common circulation spine, which allows for multidisciplinary collaboration.

This Stow-Kent Medical Center is the first Summa facility that utilizes point-of-entry registration using private registration bays or digital kiosks. All patients register as they enter the lobby and then are guided to their exam or treatment waiting area.


Project Details


Stow, Ohio





57,000 Square Feet


Perspectus Architecture

Key Team Members

  • outpatient behavioral Bob Medziuch
  • outpatient behavioral Amador Gonzalez
  • Matt Glassner
  • Eric Droll
  • Bryan Ziga
  • Natalie Shellhorn
  • Carla Cremers
  • Katie Wills
  • Tom Walker
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