Acute Care Hospitals
Sutter Roseville Medical Center opened early on April 28th, 2020. This large expansion project had its timeline expedited from the projected May/June opening to add more patient surge capacity in response to urgency created by COVID-19. The project team was successful in overcoming the challenges of staffing, licensing, and accreditation while working to meet the condensed timeline. The 98,000 sf, 3-story building now consists of 24 ICU beds, 35 bays for Emergency Services, 3 relocated Cath labs to be integral with existing Surgical Services, shelled space for future 12 ICU beds and/or cath lab expansion. Remodel of the existing Emergency Service Space includes additional treatment bays, subwaiting area, and support spaces. The remodel of the existing Imaging Service Space adds a radiology room. The number of licensed beds on the campus increased from 328 to 352 and the emergency treatment bays increased from 34 to 69 along with the addition of 7 triage rooms.
The expansion provides staff break space, equipment storage, triage, consult, conference, arterial blood gas, and pharmaceutical spaces sized to help support the existing Emergency Service area.
The Stahl Companies’ responsibilities included:
Sutter Roseville now has the largest Emergency Department in Sutter’s 24-hospital system.
Mario Delgado has really been stepping up and managing both the signage program and warehousing efforts. His interaction with all employees in the co-location is superb, and most importantly the end-users trust him and engage him as a subject matter expert in those two categories. Mario has been an extremely helpful member of the team with a can-do attitude, and I would not be able to get this done (on time) without him. I definitely thought he would fit in well, but he has exceeded any and all expectations I had.