A hospital CEO recognized the largest practice and referral generator on campus needed space to grow. But, with a land-locked location, the practice was rumored to be exploring options to leave campus and join / start a competing hospital. Meanwhile, the hospital was looking for more space too. Their combined needs required a comprehensive real estate solution and our partners were eventually asked to serve as the developer. The final product was a campus-wide solution for Princeton, who was then part of the legacy Baptist Health System (now Brookwood Baptist Health System), and included space for Simon-Williamson Clinic, a new Ambulatory Surgery Center, and space for a Hospital Outpatient Department. The hospital also established a bridge to connect the new POB IV to the main hospital.
The building features an elegant design with waiting rooms up front, and light filled hallways, and the pod-like floorplan allows for a better patient experience and flow thanks to the open environment.