Building on our campus expansion that began in 2012, St. Luke’s has expanded our Emergency Department (ED), Cardiac Cath Labs, helistop, and other emergency and imaging services to St. Luke’s Building A. This project tripled the size of our previous ED and provides ground and air emergency transport with immediate access to critical care services. While this project was a large undertaking in itself, it is only a part of a multi-year, three-phase plan called St. Luke’s Health Forward Initiative. The goal of this plan is to ultimately replace our hospital and redevelop our entire medical campus.
Core Project Components
- New Emergency Department
- New Cardiac Cath Labs
- New Outpatient CT
- Expanded cardiac services
- New Cardiac & Pulmonolgy Rehab Gym
- Ambulance garage
- New helistop
- Covered patient parking
Quality Patient Care
St. Luke’s has invested in our facility to further patient care by developing a space that focuses on timely access to critical services and efficient team work. These additional spaces, state-of the-art design and advanced technologies provide an environment that will better support the skills of our physicians, nurses, allied health professionals and support staff in providing the best possible care for our patients.
A Staged Approach
St. Luke’s Health Forward Initiative has been broken out into a three phase, multi-year plan to redevelop our medical campus and replace our hospital. Phase I of St. Luke’s Health Forward Initiative is now complete. Future expansion plans include:
Phase II: The size of Building A will double.
Phase III: A hospital tower will be added atop Building A.
Our phased approach allows us to respond to changes in the economic climate, shifting reimbursement, advances in technology and changes in the way care is being delivered.