Saint Elizabeths Hospital

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Saint Elizabeth's Hospital is the District of Columbia's public psychiatric facility. It was transferred by the federal government to the District in 1987 and became part of its local mental health system. The building incorporates inpatient mental health care with sustainable and therapeutic design strategies such as airy living and treatment areas, green spaces off each patient unit, and enclosed courtyards. In addition, the hospital has a 28,000 square foot green roof.

The project consists of a two-story 450,000 square foot mental hospital on 49.5 acres. It contains 293 total beds including a high security "Forensic" section. The facility includes a central mechanical plant, auditorium, two gymnasiums, a laboratory, administrative and executive suites and a commercial kitchen.

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