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Greater Peoria Specialty Hospital (LTACH)

The Greater Peoria Specialty Hospital is a long term acute care hospital (LTACH) facility.  This project consisted of a 56,350 square foot, 3-story structure that will be used to treat and rehabilitate acute care patients. The exterior facade of the building was designed with a two-tone brick scheme and aluminum curtain wall.  This was done to allow the structure to blend in with the surrounding buildings in the area.  The LTACH facility is complete with x-ray, dialysis, and ventilator capabilities. The first floor houses the Intensive Care Suite, along with a fully functional kitchen and dining area, therapy gym, and administrative offices.  The upper two floors accommodate the majority of the patient rooms and an elaborate, central nurse’s station.  The project was completed nearly 5 months ahead of the construction deadline, which allowed the LTACH to begin treating in patients by August of 2009.

  • Owner: Cullinan Medical I, LLC
  • Architect: Davis-Stokes Collaborative, PC
  • Status: Completed June 2009

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