EXISTING CONDITIONS

 

 

 

This section documents the existing conditions of all scoped ambulatory clinics, including existing space inventory, clinical operation evaluations, code compliance, and relevant MEP assessments.

 

 

 

 

 

FACILITY ASSESSMENT

EXISTING SPACE INVENTORY

Below is an interactive dashboard of existing space use by department. The original data source is the BluePacific Facilities Database.

 
 
 
CLINICAL OPERATION AND LAYOUT OBSERVATIONS

Selected clinics were observed during the last week of March, 2018. Below is a summary of the findings for Building A, Building B, and a total of five clinics within those buildings. Click on the clinic name below for details.

FACILITY
FACILITY

Natural Light Though daylight can be seen from the elevator lobby toward the Eye Clinic, no natural light is available in any part of the clinic.

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FACILITY

Corridors Corridors are too narrow. They are 5'-2" in most of suite and 6'-2" at Uro/Gyn procedure rooms.

FACILITY
FACILITY

Layout ​ Tight ganged seating in waiting room. Planters used to segregate waiting from corridor and elevator lobby.

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FACILITY

Natural Light Though daylight can be seen from the elevator lobby toward the Eye Clinic, no natural light is available in any part of the clinic.

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OTHER KEY TAKE-AWAYS

  • General Faculty and all Residents are at Glassrock Building. First years see six patients/day, and fourth years see ten patients per day.

  • Empty registration space now used for provider dictation. Ideally this space would be used for some revenue generating activity.

OTHER KEY TAKE-AWAYS

  • Orthopaedic Clinic includes PMR Clinic, but does not include PMR Therapy

  • PMR includes patients seen w/for TBI, Spinal Issues, Neuromuscular, MDP, and EMGs

  • There is a shared Practice Mgr and Nurse Mgr and Below that separate staff

  • The sections of the Ortho Clinic include: Hand, Joint, Trauma, Peds and Oncology and Foot Service

  • Ortho Providers/Docs include: 2 Peds, 2 Joint, 4 Trauma, 3 Hand, 2 Foot and 2 Oncologists

  • PMR serves both Peds and Adults

  • PMR Provider/Docs: 5 doctors plus 1/2 day clinics

  • Same Day Surgery is using equipment room for workstation space, Rm 1714

  • Ortho also utilizes office spaces across from waiting room for nurse offices (1009/1009A)

FACILITY
FACILITY

Finishes Interiors appear dated to time of construction in '90s. Cool palette finishes (pink multi with teal and purple accents). Lighting creates 'cloudy day' effect, with fluorescent 2x4 lights predominating - no accent or warm lighting effects. Primary flooring is VCT in exam areas, carpet in waiting and offices with topset rubber base. Doors are SC wood veneer with SS kickplates.

FACILITY
FACILITY

Natural Light ​ Though located on the first floor, there is no natural light in the majority of the clinic. There is no borrowed light or corridors that access exterior windows.

OPERATIONS
OPERATIONS

Provider-Centric Model There is a long travel distance for care staff.

FACILITY
FACILITY

Finishes Interiors appear dated to time of construction in '90s. Cool palette finishes (pink multi with teal and purple accents). Lighting creates 'cloudy day' effect, with fluorescent 2x4 lights predominating - no accent or warm lighting effects. Primary flooring is VCT in exam areas, carpet in waiting and offices with topset rubber base. Doors are SC wood veneer with SS kickplates.

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CLINICAL & DEPARTMENTAL DGSF NEEDS

Using exam and procedure volume data and growth assumptions provided by BluePacific, below is a dashboard presenting DGSF needs for clinical space, academic offices, and out-of-clinic MOSC offices.