New and Recent Projects
Our new and recent projects include many significant expansions and additions that will have an impact for decades—or even generations.
The following is a list of our current projects that need your generous philanthropic support:
New Patient Tower
On October 19, 2016, Henry Mayo officially broke ground on a $151 million New Patient Tower, which is all part of the hospital’s approved master plan. Developed to meet the growing healthcare needs of the Santa Clarita Valley community, the patient tower will provide up to 119 additional patient beds to the hospital’s campus in Valencia and two new surgery suites in the Women’s Services Unit. Other features include enhanced dietary services and a new, larger cafeteria with a hotel-quality kitchen and a central atrium to better accommodate the dining and nutritional needs of the hospital’s patients, staff, physicians, volunteers and visitors; expanded laboratory services and materials management services; a rooftop helipad with direct access to the Emergency Department is expected to improve response time, which is important to successful outcomes for trauma patients. The patient tower is scheduled to be open for public use in 2019, pending state licensing.
The Henry Mayo Center
The Henry Mayo Center opened in 2014 .The Center provides the environment, resources, technology, staff and curricula to deliver educational programs to patients and families, nursing staff, employees, volunteers, and physicians. Many exciting areas are available for naming, including a simulation lab, conference rooms and lobby.
Akbar Hasan Infusion Center
The Akbar Hasan Infusion Centeropened its doors in February of 2013, in response to a 40% growth in infusion patients at Henry Mayo. Patient well-being was the catalyst that drove improvements for infusion services in the new, 2,000 square-foot space equipped with eight new infusion chairs and staffed by two full-time RNs and a patient care technician.
Kim and Steven Ullman Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
The $6-million Kim and Steven Ullman Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) opened in 2012, created an ideal patient-centered environment for SCV's tiniest patients close to home. The 11-bed, 4,369-square-foot NICU features private, temperature-controlled rooms which provide each infant the developmentally appropriate environment that they require. Naming opportunities include patient rooms, Giraffe omnibeds and transport.
Operating Room and Expanded Surgical Department
The Operating Room and Expanded Surgical Department was placed in operation in October 2011. The new state-of-the art operating room--a fully integrated laparoscopic theater -- puts the total number of operating rooms at Henry Mayo now has a total of nine operating rooms -- five inpatient ORs in the main hospital building (4 available for naming) and four outpatient OR's in the Outpatient Surgery Center.
Parking Structure and Helipad
May 1, 2011 marked the official opening of Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital’s new parking structure and helipad, bringing improved access to the facility and faster emergency/trauma care for the community. The helipad is absolutely key to retaining our Class II Trauma Center designation, and for serving the 650-square-mile area around Santa Clarita with rapid transport in times of most dire injuries.
Wayne and Connie Spears Intensive Care Unit
August 24, 2010 marked the official opening of Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital’s new 18-bed Intensive Care Unit. The ICU is a highly specialized unit with technologically-advanced equipment and a calming atmosphere to help patients severely impacted by trauma, disease or illness. Areas available for naming include patient rooms, visitors lounge, nursing stations, staff lounge and conference room.
For More Information
To learn more about these projects, or to discuss Naming Opportunities within the above mentioned patient care areas, contact Development Director Andrei Nikitin at 661.200.1203 or e-mail: email@example.com.
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