University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro

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project at a glance

University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro is a seven-story, 636,000 square foot replacement hospital that is participating in a national “evidence-based design initiative,” called The Pebble Project, whose participants demonstrate that facility design can improve the quality of care, recruit and retain staff, and enhance operational efficiency and productivity.

The facility includes 237 single-patient rooms, 10 surgical suites, a full-service diagnostic lab, a cardiac labs, a radiation oncology suite with linear accelerators and related support space, and an expanded emergency department.

The emergency department, which includes 28 single-patient rooms, doubles the size of the current department to include comprehensive digital imaging and diagnostics. It also includes specialty areas to provide pediatric care, behavioral health services, and cardiac catheterization  and vascular laboratory services.

Also housed by the Center is the Joan and William Schreyer Education Center, which serves as a vital hub of learning for medical professionals and students, patients and families, and community residents. It includes a library with print and electronic access to materials, study carrels, high-tech classrooms flexibly designed for alternate use as an auditorium, and video-conference rooms, as well as links to an integrated operating room and other areas of the hospital.

Designed to be energy efficient, the Center boasts a number of green features, including a chilled water thermal energy storage system, environmental controls for lighting and temperature, and energy recovery systems, as well as solar shares, a green roof, and indigenous landscaping materials.

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