THE MIRIAM HOSPITAL – The Victor and Gussie Baxt Building

Providence, RI

Size:

174,000 sf

Architect:

HOK and The S/L/A/M Collaborative, Inc.

Dimeo’s relationship with The Miriam Hospital spans more than 20 years, beginning with a new Ambulatory Health Care Center and various additions and renovations. With completion of the new Victor and Gussie Baxt Building, the Hospital now offers 36 new private patient rooms, 10 new operating rooms, new PACU unit (25 beds) and a diagnostic imaging and conference center. The new facility supplies the latest in surgical technology such as the Da Vinci, the only minimally invasive robotics system in RI, a new radiology suite with cutting-edge diagnostic imaging and interventional technology, and vascular interventional radiology. The radiology suite is also home to the hospital’s Stroke Center, the only nationally-certified stroke center in RI.

A Brown University teaching hospital, The Miriam Hospital is the first hospital in RI to receive designation from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) as a Primary Stroke Center and has been ranked among the top hospitals in the country for cardiovascular services in the Solucient 100 Top Hospitals.

2008 Citation of Merit – Healthcare Design Magazine, 2008 AGC Build RI Awards – Honor Award

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