Guthrie Corning Hospital
Corning, New York
Location: Corning, New York
Services: Architecture and Interiors
Scope: Acute Care Replacement Hospital and Cancer Center
“This state-of-the-art hospital allows us to fulfill our mission to consistently provide top-quality healthcare to our patients and the Corning Region,” said Guthrie’s Corning Hospital President Shirley Magana.
The new 65-bed Guthrie Corning Hospital replaces the 110-year-old existing facility in Corning, New York. It was designed to incorporate lean design features such as minimized travel distances, multiuse flexible spaces, and streamlined workflows. The new hospital provides amenities for patients, their families, and staff, including staff charting stations between patient rooms, family sleep sofas in patient rooms, and bedside room controls for patients. Wayfinding through the facility is direct and intuitive. The site is reachable by public transportation, and covered drop off canopies are provided for the main entrance, cancer center, ambulance, emergency, and patient discharge.
The hospital was designed to reflect the ever-changing delivery methods of the healthcare environment. The new hospital accommodates same-day services, and shorter hospital stays with ease. The hospital houses 50 med-surg, eight CCU, five LDRP, and two post-partum beds. The attached cancer center has its own identity and includes radiation therapy and chemotherapy. The new design incorporates environmentally responsible and energy efficient design solutions to assist Corning Hospital is a LEED certified facility.
Stanley D. Lindsey and Assoc., Inc. – Structural Engineering
SSR – MPE Engineering
Hunt Engineers – Civil Engineering/Landscape Architecture
Gilbane-Welliver Joint Venture – Contractor
HPP – Lean Consultant
Successful implementation of LEAN design concepts.
Optimized planning for access to outpatient services.
Design that supports patient privacy and dignity.
Adaptable spaces with departments designed for future expansion.
Incorporation of sustainable design elements.
Published in Healthcare Design Showcase, 2015