Building Denver Health Pavilion for Women and Children / Denver, CO
What is the benefit of having decentralized nursing stations?
Mortenson helped Denver Health Medical Center, which cares for a quarter of Denver's population, meet those needs through the construction of a new, 107-bed Pavilion for Women and Children. The 218,000 square foot building offered Denver's tiniest residents and their moms the latest in medical care, including decentralized nursing stations that minimize staff response time. Its sustainable features made it the first U.S. Public Safety Net Hospital to receive a LEED Silver Certification.
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Denver Health and Hospital Authority
Completed May 2006
218,000 square feet
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