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Planning for Major Heart Center for the Cleveland Clinic

Based on the successful execution of projects at Hillcrest, South Points, and other components of the Cleveland Clinic Health System, Frank Zilm,D.Arch.,FAIA was retained early in 2001 to assist in the programming of space for a major Heart Center addition to the main Cleveland Clinic campus. 

Working with administration, physicians, and the local architects, FZA, Inc. has provided workload analysis, computer modeling, space programming and conceptual diagrams for Cardiovascular Surgery, Cardiac Catheterization, Electrophysiology, CCU, ICU, imaging and selected support services.  It is anticipated that work will continue through 2001 on this important addition to the Clinic's campus.

The Cleveland Clinic opened its new Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Pavilion and the Glickman Tower in September, 2008, a major addition housing heart and other services, including inpatient and critical care beds.  Designed by Bostwick Design Partnership and NBBJ, the surgery, cardiology and critical care components were programmed by Frank Zilm & Associates, Inc.