Renown Announces $469 Million in Planned Investments
12 de noviembre de 2020
A major community investment in health care facilities to transform care, improve economy and enhance the quality of life for generations to come.
Renown Health anunció hoy que invertirá $469 millones en inversiones planificadas, incluidas mejoras en el campus hospitalario y nuevas instalaciones de atención médica en todo el norte de Nevada para satisfacer las crecientes necesidades de la comunidad en los próximos tres años.
“Renown Health has a rich 158-year history in serving northern Nevada. Continuing our bold vision and legacy, Renown is making this investment to transform care in our community and improve the quality of life for generations to come. Nothing of its kind has been imagined or currently exists in our area,” says James DeVolld, Board Chair, “The transformation of our hospital campuses represents one of the single largest investments in health care facilities, services and programs in the state, and are a result of putting people first to enhance health care access, experiences, outcomes and affordability for everyone in our community. This will improve care and it will have a tremendous, positive effect on our local and statewide economy."
“Like those we serve, we have experienced many challenges in 2020,” says Tony Slonim, MD, DrPH, President and CEO, Renown Health. “These challenges confirmed the critical role that Renown plays as a locally-owned, not-for-profit integrated health network. We are passionate about stepping up to serve our community at all times, and especially when we are needed most. We are transforming to meet the needs of our growing community today- and for the future.”
GROWING FOR THE COMMUNITY
Over the last two years, given significant consumer demand for Renown providers and services, a master facilities planning process was undertaken to ensure that Renown has adequate bed and procedure capacity, spaces to accommodate new technology and services to meet the needs of a growing patient base and community.
“Renown’s campuses will be innovative, convenient, safe and compassionate places to provide and receive care, incorporating modern efficiencies in a healing environment, says Dawn D. Ahner, DSc, FACHE, Chief Operating Officer, Acute Services at Renown. “Designed for patients, visitors and team members, these spaces will showcase state-of-the-art technology, enhance patient safety and improve the hospital experience- including adding more private rooms; having flexible areas with room for growth; and healthy, sustainable buildings and interiors.”
Today, the population of Washoe County, now at 473,156 people, has experienced staggering growth of 12.28% over the last 10 years, from 2010 to 2020. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Nevada ranks as one of the top fastest-growing states in the country, with 15.21% growth over the last ten years.
BENEFITS OF MASTER FACILITY PROJECT
To alleviate current capacity constraints, allow for expansion and new services, a number of aging facilities will be replaced and new patient care areas will be constructed. Overall, the master facilities project enhances the clinical care model, enhances the experience for patients, families and staff and improves the infrastructure of the physical plant.
RENOWN REGIONAL TAHOE TOWER BUILD OUT & RENOVATION; REGIONAL SIERRA RENOVATION
Renown Children’s Hospital at Renown Regional Medical Center, 1155 Mill St., Reno, NV
- An expanded Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) with increased capacity from 39 current to 49 bassinets on Level 5 of Tahoe Tower of Renown Medical Center.
- Una Unidad de Cuidados Intensivos Pediátricos (Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, PICU) ampliada con una capacidad mayor de habitaciones privadas de pacientes y familiares, de 11 a 16, en el nivel 5 del Renown Regional Medical Center, Tahoe Tower.
- Una nueva planta de hospitalización para el Renown Children’s Hospital con mejoras, actualizaciones y aumento de la capacidad de las habitaciones privadas de pacientes y familiares, de 33 a 38, con una capacidad total de 58 camas pediátricas en el nivel 4 de Renown Regional Medical Center, Tahoe Tower.
Renown Regional Medical Center, 1155 Mill St., Reno, NV
Renown Regional Tahoe Tower Build Out & Renovation
- A new surgical trauma Intensive Care Unit (ICU) on Level 9 in the Tahoe Tower, increasing capacity to 34 private patient rooms.
- Mejoras y actualizaciones para los niveles 3, 6, 7 y 8 de Tahoe Tower.
- Improvement of 'family zone' within patient rooms; addition of USB capabilities, furnishings.
- New Respite room for health care team.
- Upgraded technology/infrastructure to improve collaboration between caregivers and family members.
- Improvement in lighting, with dimmable options for patient rooms and LED/sustainable improvements.
Renown Regional Sierra Tower Renovation
- Improvements and upgrades for the Sierra Tower Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Level 1, Sierra Tower.
- Mejoras y actualizaciones para una Unidad de Cuidado Transicional para adultos y una Unidad Médica/Quirúrgica en el nivel 4 de Sierra Tower.
Renown Regional Material Management and Kitchen Building
Renown Regional CUP (Central Utility Plant) Building
RENOWN SOUTH MEADOWS RENOVATION & SPECIALTY CARE CENTER
Renown South Meadows Medical Center, 10101 Double R Blvd, Reno, NV
- A new façade, entry canopy and upgrade of lobby and public spaces, including a new Family Lounge.
- Mejoras y actualizaciones para el centro médico; Niveles 1, 2 y 3 con habitaciones privadas para pacientes/familiares, capacidades USB, mobiliario. Welcome Lounges for patients and families, Respite room for health care team. Expansion of surgery minor procedures room. Operating room enhancements, technology integration and lounges.
- Improvement in lighting, with dimmable options for patient room areas, LED/sustainable improvements.
- Improvements, upgrades and new services to the South Meadows Medical Office Building including imaging, surgical pre-admission lounge and expanded Outpatient Therapy space.
- A new Ambulatory Center adjacent to surgery for convenient procedural care.
Un nuevo centro de atención especializada. Level 1 will feature kitchen/dining facilities, expanded laboratory and diagnostic services, including Interventional Radiology and a new Cardiac Catheterization Lab. Level 2 will feature an Ambulatory Surgery Center and expanded sterile processing department.
“Structural quality and resiliency are of utmost importance as we are designing our facilities for extreme weather conditions that our region may face,” says Steve Horn, Vice President, Real Estate and Facilities. “As environmental stewards, we are designing the rooms in ways that reduce energy needs, allow for natural light and comfortable temperatures. The interior design will have healing and comfort at the forefront with thoughtful places for reflection, architecture, healing art and views that inspire.”
Sy Johnson, MBA, chief of staff for Renown added, “We are working tirelessly to improve the health- and the lives- of thousands of people for the better, to care for people both in sickness and in health, and to provide better quality health and healthcare services in modern, convenient and attractive facilities, at a lower cost and with improving access to services.”
The planning and design team for the Renown master facilities project includes a number of locally-owned businesses, as well as veteran and female-owned businesses.
Leading Architect: Perkins + Will, Chicago, IL
For more than sixty-five years, Perkins and Will’s vision and compassion have helped shape many of the nation’s most progressive academic medical centers, research institutions, community hospitals, and clinics. The breadth and quality of their diverse, global portfolio have consistently placed them among the leading healthcare firms in the world.
Leading Engineer: WSP, Montreal, CA
WSP provides complete healthcare consulting services in the design of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, structural, building technology and fire protection systems; with a focus on sustainable and high performance building design.
Structural Engineer: Datum, San Antonio, TX
Datum has an 80-year history providing engineering services for a large variety of projects types. Datum has an experienced team whose tenures with the firm averages more than 20 years.
Electrical Engineer: PK Electrical, Reno, NV, Female-Owned Business
PK Electrical, Inc. is a self-performing, female-owned electrical engineering firm providing complete electrical and low voltage design for power, lighting, communications, medium voltage distribution, and emergency power systems.
Mechanical Engineer: Ainsworth Associates, Reno, NV
Representing a body of work spanning more than seven decades, Ainsworth Associates Mechanical Engineers has built a solid foundation for quality in design for even the most complex building requirements.
Civil Engineer: Wood Rodgers, Reno, NV
Wood Rodgers has a long standing history partnering with Renown Health. With just under 100 employees in their Reno office alone, they bring local expertise in land planning, civil and geotechnical engineering, surveying, and mapping to better the community we call home.
Traffic Study: Headway Transportation, Reno, NV
Headway Transportation was founded in 2010 to provide clients exceptional service and value across all facets of transportation planning & traffic engineering. They have extensive experience across northern Nevada.
Medical Equipment: Covalus, Medical Equipment, Veteran-Owned Small Business
Covalus is a veteran-owned small business (VOSB) specializing in healthcare construction management and initial outfitting and transition. En los últimos veinte años, Covalus se ha convertido en una de las principales empresas nacionales en la planificación, presupuestación y ejecución de proyectos de atención médica y de otras instalaciones, y ha trabajado para instituciones gubernamentales, académicas y privadas en 32 estados y 5 países.
Renown has secured long-term financing for this master facilities project. Renown has engaged a firm to coordinate the bidding process in order to be transparent and unbiased in the selection process. Está previsto que las obras comiencen en la primavera de 2021 y que la mayor parte del proyecto esté terminado para otoño de 2023.
Acerca de Renown Health
Renown Health is the region’s largest, locally owned and governed, not-for-profit integrated healthcare network serving Nevada, Lake Tahoe and northeast California. Con una fuerza laboral diversa de más de 7,000 empleados, Renown ha fomentado una cultura de excelencia, determinación e innovación de larga data. La organización se compone de un centro de urgencias, dos hospitales de cuidados agudos, un hospital infantil, un hospital de rehabilitación, un grupo médico y una red de atención de urgencias y Hometown Health, la compañía de seguros sin fines de lucro más grande de la región y de propiedad local, Hometown Health. Renown’s institute model addresses social determinants of health and includes: Child Health, Behavioral Health & Addiction, Healthy Aging and Health Innovation. Clinical institutes include: Cancer, Heart and Vascular Health, Neurosciences and Robotic Surgery. Renown is currently enrolling participants in the world’s largest community-based genetic population health study, the Healthy Nevada Project® . For more information visit, www.renown.
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