The Sands-Constellation Center for Critical Care is redesigning how healthcare is delivered and redefining what healthcare can do. On track to open in 2020, the new building at Rochester General Hospital is part of Rochester Regional Health’s goal to provide the highest level of care for the community and focus on what matters to patients in greater Rochester and the Finger Lakes region.
“The Sands-Constellation Center for Critical Care will boast the most advanced technology, modernized equipment, and the region’s best doctors,” said Eric Bieber, MD and CEO for Rochester Regional Health.
“This is a complete overhaul of the entire hospital and will set the stage for other major projects across the entire system.”
Construction on the 7-story, 312,000-square foot center is well underway. The new building will feature:
The new center for critical care will also include renovations to the current second and third floors of the hospital to update pre-operative services and women’s health respectively.
“Caring for the future health of our region is a shared responsibility, and I am incredibly pleased to do our part to make this happen and hope our contribution inspires other community leaders to join Rochester Regional Health in this transformational effort,” said Rob Sands, Campaign Chair, President & CEO of Constellation Brands.
The new operating suite will consist of 20 operating rooms designed for various procedures. Post-anesthesia care unit equipped with 28 private patient bays with extensive nurse support
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) will feature 14 private rooms that provide more space and comfort for babies and families.
A postpartum suite will have 20 private rooms designed to ensure a family-centered environment around both mother and baby.
With 36 private patient rooms per floor, all with natural light, the new critical care center provides the ultimate comfortable healing environment for our patients.
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