Hammond Clinic Master Facility Plan
Originally constructed in the 1960s and renovated in the 1980s, the Hammond Clinic was in need of a modern update to the facility. The physician-owned clinic wanted to develop a master facility improvement plan.
Initial facility analysis and survey of architectural, MEP/FP, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, structural, and code conditions set a foundation for an inclusive functional and design planning process. The facility plan developed a multi-phased renovation of the entire five-story structure to accommodate continuous operations. Phase One included renovations of the first-floor main entry and lobby, Patient Accounting, Blood Lab, Urgent Care Lobby, and Pharmacy areas as well as all common patient corridors. Phase 2 includes infill of an atrium to capture more clinical area and imaging renovation. Subsequent phases renovate clinical and treatment areas by floor.
Because the plan was developed in phases, implementation can be carried out with minimal disruption to clinic functions, thus minimizing the impact on clients. When the project is complete, Hammond Clinic will be well positioned to meet the growing medical needs of the community.