South Tower Addition

McLaren Northern Michigan is a 202-bed, full-service, acute care facility in Petoskey, MI. This project focused on providing an enhanced environment to support the hospital’s top specialties, particularly in cardiology. The 186,000-sf South Tower addition includes 92 new private patient rooms, 10 new operating rooms (including two heart ORs and one hybrid vascular OR), new

Replacement Facility

The existing Jackson County Regional Medical Center campus had been a centerpiece in the community for as long as the community could remember. Facing the reality of a deteriorating and outdated facility in need of replacement was a difficult reality to accept. As a longstanding client of IMEG’s, we were (in conjunction with an architectural

Expansion and Renovation with Intelligent Building Strategies

IMEG incorporated several intelligent building strategies in its design of Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital’s LEED Silver $170 million campus modernization project. The renovation and expansion project sought to improve the patient care experience by enhancing privacy, offering advanced technology, and providing more convenient access to inpatient and outpatient services. Smart room technology was utilized in

New Advanced Orthopedic Facility

IMEG is providing medical equipment planning services for the new center which will offer diagnostic, surgery/treatment, and rehabilitation services. The facility is set up to streamline and offer efficient and convenient orthopedic-spine-pain theme procedures and therapies for patients in one location. The center will include eight inpatient and outpatient OR’s (with four additional planned), two

New Seven-Story Bed Tower

IMEG provided medical equipment planning for Children’s Hospital & Medical Center Omaha Hubbard Center 460,000 square-foot tower addition. The new seven-story tower houses 48 Bed NICU with all private rooms, 30 Bed PICU, 30 Bed CCU, Observation Unit, Pharmacy, Surgical Suite, Diagnostic Imaging, Expanded Emergency department, and Sterile Processing. Project is a contractual Integrated Project

Replacement Hospital

Saint Alphonsus Medical Center constructed a replacement hospital located in Nampa, Idaho. The new $180 million facility replaced an existing hospital and opened Summer of 2017. The replacement hospital is an expansion onto the current Saint Alphonsus Medical Center campus located at I-84 & Garrity Avenue which includes a free standing Emergency Center. The campus

New Germantown Hospital

Holy Cross Hospital built a new hospital in Germantown in conjunction with a significant investment in its current hospital at Silver Spring to meet its strategic goal of offering improved primary care access and expanding hospital capacity to serve the needs of a growing and aging population. The new Germantown Hospital is spread over 237,000

Eight-Story Modernization Project

IMEG provided medical equipment planning for Eastern Maine Medical Center’s 361,000-square-foot modernization project in Bangor. The new eight-story tower houses a main lobby, sterile processing department, heart center, surgical suite, NICU, private patient rooms, and a renovated labor and delivery unit. Medical equipment planners worked with the owner to validate equipment on an express schedule,

Hospital Addition and Renovation

IMEG provided medical equipment planning and procurement services for a two-phase addition and renovation project at Piedmont Healthcare’s flagship at Piedmont Atlanta Hospital. Piedmont has embarked on a 10-year expansion, starting with a new, 16-floor tower that will increase their capacity to care for patients. This new tower houses up to 408 beds and 13

New Bed Tower

IMEG provided medical equipment planning and acoustics services for Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center’s new 151,000-sf Ocean View bed tower and a 32,000-sf renovation of related space. The seven-story project includes 106 private patient rooms, including 10 state-of-the-art intensive care suites, and six high-tech operating rooms. Other spaces in the project include the morgue, kitchen,