Construction of Methodist Stone Oak Hospital Completed Print
Friday, 06 March 2009 03:22

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Skanska USA Building Inc. announced today the completion of the Methodist Stone Oak Hospital located in the fast growing Northwest region on Sonterra Boulevard in San Antonio, Texas.

 
The hospital, designed by HOK Architects, is the first new facility built in the area in more than a decade.  The facility holds 132 beds with an overall master plan that allows for as many as 350 beds.
 

The hospital, which has been coined as the “hospital of the future,” will open to patients on March 9, 2009.  The new design and construction allows visitors to move quickly through the outpatient service mall entrance.  This entrance provices easy access to “portals of care” which include women’s services, admissions, treatment and testing, cardiology and same day surgery.  Other hospital futuristic features include easier hospital navigation, specially designed waiting rooms and encanted patient rooms that enable nurses to see into the room from their station. MSO_01.jpg
“Methodist is a leader in the healthcare industry and we are proud to be their partner on this hospital,” said Brian Freeman, Skanska’s Texas Area General Manager.  “Skanska’s deep expertise and knowledge of the healthcare sector enabled us to work closely with the design team to outline potential issues and solve problems so we could deliver the project on schedule to Methodist and the residents of San Antonio.”


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