New Patient Tower
Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital is expanding to meet the healthcare needs of the Santa Clarita Valley.
On October 19, 2016, Henry Mayo broke ground on a new patient tower: a $151 million project that is part of the hospital’s approved master plan.
The patient tower will provide up to 142 additional patient beds to the hospital’s campus in Valencia and two new surgery suites in the Women’s Services Unit.
Other features include:
- 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 that is expected to improve response times, which is especially important for trauma patients.
- Click here to view more information about the Patient Tower.
Bernards and HMC Architects are collaborating on the building and design of the six-story, 160,000-square-foot patient tower. The patient tower is scheduled to be open for public use in 2019, pending state licensing.
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