“Medical treatment can be intimidating, especially on a large urban campus. HOK’s design team has created a calming environment with an intuitive layout that easily directs patients to essential services.”
Anchoring the development of the North Campus, the Center for Advanced Medicine is structured around 17 clinical centers, including a women’s center and an ambulatory surgery center. Clinical programs include musculoskeletal, neuroscience, gastrointestinal, spine, cardiovascular and pulmonary specialties.
The center is a key part of the Campus Integration Project, a collaboration between BJC HealthCare and Washington University School of Medicine to consolidate adult patient services located across 32 locations into two distinct zones.
The Center for Advanced Medicine has been flexible to accommodate twice the number of visits originally planned.
650,000 sq. ft. / 60,385 sq. m.
Citation of Merit Design Award – Healthcare Design Magazine
Honorable Mention – Modern Healthcare/American Institute of Architects
Regional Excellence Award – Construction News and Review
Project of the Year – Associated General Contractors of America
Construction Industry Cost Effectiveness Award – St. Louis Council of Construction Consumers
One of Top 100 Hospitals for Nurses – Nursing Professionals Magazine