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University Medical Center at Princeton

The University Medical Center at Princeton (UMCP) is currently underway on construction of a replacement 270 bed hospital. In 2005, Frank Zilm & Associates, Inc. was selected by UMCP to develop preliminary estimates of space need using the Space Planner Toolkit and, later, to prepare room-by-room space listings for the project.  

The project reorganizes patient care functions and includes development of an Interventional Suite approach to consolidating, in contiguous space, surgery, cardiac catheterization, endoscopy and imaging vascular lab functions and their requisite prep and recovery activities.  It also creates a Diagnostic Platform, which similarly combines all specimen collection, preadmission testing, imaging, nuclear medicine, non-invasive cardiac and neurosciences testing and outpatient respiratory services.

HOK/RMJM Hillier are the project architects.

   
"Canted" patient rooms providing access to patient toilets, good views and staff visibility.
   
Lobby with patient "portals" for strategic specialty services.