The University of Kansas Hospital Authority’s Medical Office Building is one of the featured projects on Healthcare Design’s new online Image Gallery. Jon Jackson, Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer of the University of Kansas Hospital, describes the project as one that is flexible, with room to grow – transforming the patient’s image and experience.”
Accommodating 400,000 clinic visits a year, the MOB at the University of Kansas Medical Center provides a complete range of ancillary testing and care to ambulatory adult and pediatric patients in a convenient, comfortable environment.
Kent Muirhead, Senior Designer for the program describes one of the unique aspects of this project—the organic articulation of the east façade. He notes, “The intent of the ’Cambridge Street Bump’ is to create a private pocket of space immediately in front of the transaction counters (clinic addresses), physically and acoustically buffering them from the normal lateral movement inherent in a multi-clinic organization. The resultant meandering path from elevators to the clinics creates a series of shifting views and alternatives for patient seating.”
Please click on link below to read the feature … and when you get there, be sure to click on the actual image to view the entire gallery.
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