Kaiser Permanente Garfield Specialty Center is a 112,000-square-foot medical office building including a 20,000-square-foot ambulatory surgery center and a 15,000-square-foot G.I. and recovery area. The exterior consists of natural stone, glass, and metal. This project was split into three phases.
The first phase took place on levels one and four, and included the following components: pharmacy, MRI, radiology department, laboratory/blood draw and testing, orthopedics department, audiology department, head and neck surgery, and general and plastic surgery. A conference center, exam rooms, and offices were also included.
The second phase, on level three, included gastroenterology, urology, procedure rooms, and recovery areas. Lastly, the third phase consisted of operating rooms, PACU, perioperative pre-op and post-op recovery, sterile processing, and pain medicine on level two. Along with the interior build-out, major site development and building infrastructure improvements took place, including a new emergency generator, medical gas storage yard, and even a new elevator which specifically services the ambulatory surgery center on the second floor, and gastroenteroloty procedures and recovery suite on the third floor.