David H. Koch Center

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At New York Presbyterian Hospital's David H. Koch Center, patients receive integrated care on an outpatient basis. The facility's primary services include outpatient surgery, endoscopy, interventional radiology, diagnostic imaging, radiation oncology, infusion, and digestive disease treatments. The design of the facility is the result of a collaboration among HOK as architect, Ballinger as medical architect and Pei Cobb Freed & Partners as consulting architect for building envelope and lobby.
The building represents a new urban context for New York Presbyterian, with its wood screen and glazed façade, the center offers an inviting and transparent face to the community. Guests enter through a soaring light filled space with unobstructed path to a central reception desk and self-registration kiosks, from which they proceed to elevators that carry them to clinical floors. Each clinical floor is designed with standardized procedure room and patient areas, allowing for the flexible use of rooms and the ability to adapt to a changing technology over time. Critical building systems and infrastructure, that are essential to maintaining building operations during an emergency are located above grade to protect and isolate them from hazards.

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