This section documents the space program deliverables for the project, including industry best practices and future state designs for UCDH.
UNIVERSAL CARE EXAM ROOM/CLINIC LAYOUT: WORKSHOP
The following Universal Clinic designs were presented at a workshop with BluePacific staff and faculty.
UNIVERSAL CARE CLINIC LAYOUT
PREFERRED CLINIC MODULES
During the Rapid Scout for evaluation of the scenarios presented, the participants provided input regarding each option presented. The goal of this exercise was to quickly eliminate options that did not support the vision of a “Universal” Clinic Concept, or any that did not promote streamlined processes. The feedback from the BluePacific Team indicated that the models that best fit their idea of a future clinic were the 2-Sided Module and the Hybrid-Convergent Module.
The Hybrid-Convergent Module was preferred for the following reasons:
This is the only option with a mix of 120 SF, one-sided and two-sided (2 door) exam room models
The plan achieves high density/efficiency in patient treatment areas
The plan allows for 'A-typical' rooms and clinical specialties
Great daylighting for team spaces
Changes the layout for use – could be specialized quickly
Potential to massage the care teams along the window wall to provide ease of access to care team area
Works well at capacity, but can be more challenging when the space is underutilized
Can adapt to non-typical room types / special needs
Pain does acupuncture and needs specialized space for gurney
As commented on in the meeting: For Pain Medicine – will there be a need for non-clinical room / consult room to meet with behavioral health patients
20-21 Exam/Procedure rooms per clinic module
x 3 Modules per side per floor = 60-63
x 6 per floor = 120-126
30 workstations per clinic module
3.3 offices per clinic module
Central Core Waiting
Faculty Academic Center and/or MOSCS
- 20 offices
- 30 workstations
One sided and two sided entry to exam rooms
Can flex for typical and specialty/procedure
Center daylit staff work cores
ADJACENCIES AND AFFINITIES
The following adjacency and affinity matrices were assembled during the clinic design workshop with the BluePacific user group. The adjacency matrix describes desired primary and secondary departmental adjacency, as well as undesirable adjacencies. The affinity matrix describes relationships between departments that may have similar exam room equipment needs.
Adult IV Infusion
Ear, Nose, Throat/Oto
Imaging- Br Health
Imaging- Gen Rad/Dx
Physical Med & Rehab
Using the data collected from BluePacific staff, and supplemented by NBBJ, the below diagrams illustrate the important departmental cohorts to consider for future campus development. Arrows indicate the direction of affinity or adjacency, ie which department wants to be close to another. The thickness of the arrow indicates level of desirability: thicker indicates primary desired adjacency or affinity, while the finer arrows indicate a secondary desire. Hover over the arrows to highlight the relationships. Drag the circles to reorganize the graphics.