Mount Carmel Hospital
“Transformation of the Mount Carmel East Campus into a flagship medical center for the Mount Carmel Health System and an anchor for the community through design that focuses on patients, enables excellence, and supports a commitment to their catholic ministry mission.”.
Mount Carmel Hospital project is a healthcare expansion project including two phases. A new built patient tower and renovation of existing buldings.
Inspired by the place, reflective of the brand and tailored for each institution
''A timeless Neutral Foundation Complemented by Soothing & Harmonious Accents''
Clearly identifiable, as well as,inviting and welcoming entry points. Comfortable seating areas with access to daylight and views. A fireplace can act as a humanizing focal point and hearth within this space.
Registration Desk & Impatient Bed Floor Reception Desk
"From Proud Declarations of The Catholic Ministry and Bold Display of The Heritage & Legacy to Comforting & Soothing Environment Graphics."
From proud display of the hospital's Catholic ministry and the institution's legacy; to a soothing showcase of the region and inspirational thoughts of hope. A consistent vocabulary of materials and lighting lend a recognizable identity to every reception/information desk.
Patient Room & Patient Corridor
"The Functional and Humanizing: Materials are use to support care and promote healing"
Decentralized, accessible and easily identifiable caregiver stations and distributed supply alcoves help support a more personalized patient centered care. The design of the patient rooms thoughtfully integrates patient and family amenities to create a comfortable and hospitable non-institutional feel.
Inpatient Bed Floor Family Lounge
"A Varied & Edited Palette of Fixtures"
Waiting areas broken down into smaller activity zones to support a diverse range amenities and individual privacy options.
Mount Carmel Hospital is a project own by Mount Carmel Health and worked with Nbbj (Columbus Office).
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