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The Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Mequon clinic is a 42,000 SF multi-specialty clinic. This new facility includes adolescent gynecology, asthma/allergy, audiology, behavioral health, cardiology, dermatology, ear, nose and throat, gastroenterology, headache/pain, imaging, neurology, orthopedics, ophthalmology, physical therapy, PT/OT, primary care, pulmonary, sleep, speech, sports medicine, urgent care, urology and a remote dispensing pharmacy.
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Midtown Clinic is a 20,000 SF multi-specialty pediatric clinic located in the Midtown Center, at the heart of northern Milwaukee. The site features a 23-exam room primary and adolescent care, behavioral health counseling, law advocacy service, and a fully functional 8-chair pediatric dental clinic equipped with both intraoral and panoramic X-ray imaging services.
The Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Bluemound Clinic is a 10,000 SF primary care tenant improvement. The project includes 18 exam rooms, lactation consult, point of care testing, well baby, waiting and shared team space.
Tri-County Hospital is a 25-bed critical-access hospital that has served Trempealeau County for nearly a century. The existing hospital was in need of expanding their outpatient services to the community. Groth Design Group assisted in the code research and communication with the Department of Health Services hospital and nursing home divisions. The project separated the two institutional occupancies for patient safety and privacy.
ProHealth Care’s 21,366 SF surgery center is in need of interior updating as well as some added services. The administrative offices are being updated with new door and wall finishes. Physician dictation spaces are being designed, a “kid friendly’ waiting area is being developed, a Treatment Room is being added, and a larger central storage area is being created to assist in staff efficiency.
Working with a medical office developer, Groth Design Group designed a 2100 SF small clinical space with a large patient infusion space for an infectious disease specialist in the Chicago area. The space in the medical office building presented a challenge to meet the program requirements and still have a leasable space remaining. Groth Design Group provided 3 design options as well as a hypothetical layout in the remaining space.
Recent work at the Lasata Care Center involved the replacement of 64 resident room windows on the two west wings of the facility as well as the replacement of 7 exterior entrance doors and frames. The new windows and entrances have low-E insulating glass and thermally-broken frame construction for the purpose of improving energy efficiency.
The master planning for this multi-use community development includes a town center, 40 independent living town homes, 72 independent living apartments, 80 assisted living apartments, a nursing home and an Alzheimers care facility. The Town Center includes a chapel, offices, food service, pharmacy, bank and retail shops.
This concept provides the Sisters of the Carmel of God a new home with the amenities they had been familiar within their existing facility in addition to features they had only previously dreamed of. The cloistered plan allows for the total seclusion that the Nuns require as well as providing a beautiful courtyard for them to enjoy. The unique layout of the chapel allows guests to be seated in one location while the nuns have their own space for worship. In addition to the Sisters’ living and working quarters, an attached residence space was designed for the Chaplin of the Monastery.