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Wednesday, September 28, 2022  |  4:15 PM - 5:15 PM

Open to Conference Attendees Only

Building with Value in Mind for Pediatric Patients and their Families

SPEAKERS
 
Cicely D. Brooks, MSN, RN-C, C-EFM, NE-BC, FABC
Vice President, Patient Care Services & Chief Nurse Executive, Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville & Wolfson Children's Hospital
 
Franklin H. Brooks, AIA, ACHA
Healthcare Design Director, The Haskell Company, formerly FreemanWhite
 
Jacob Glass
Project Executive, DPR Construction
 
Rafi Wartan, PE, LEED AP
Principal | Regional Director, TLC Engineering Solutions

The Baptist Jacksonville Entry Building/Wolfson Children’s Critical Care Tower project was designed to completely reorient this flagship medical center. The entryway will connect patients and visitors to the world-class services available at the campus. The Critical Care Tower comprises five floors dedicated to pediatric critical care, including a 92-bed high-level Neonatal Intensive Care Center and a 35-bed PICU with acuity-adaptable beds. The Tower integrates with the existing adjacent high-risk obstetrics and neonatal delivery center, making the ICRA and phasing plans key to the success of this project. Every aspect of the Critical Care Tower was designed with patients and families in mind. Along with state-of-the-art technology, the hospital expansion maximizes natural light, which is proven to promote healing in infants and children, as well as postpartum mothers. This addition will also house the first MRI of its kind that does not require pediatric immobilization.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
 
  1. Attendees will learn how the model and mock-up analysis impacted design solutions and decision-making.
  2. Attendees will examine the tools used to plan an environment for care for patients and their families.
  3. Attendees will learn how the project team formulated ICRA and Phasing plans to minimize the impact of construction on the active hospital.
  4. Attendees will receive Navigating the Shifting Terrain of Pediatric Care, a white paper examining needs and adaptations to create and sustain value.
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