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Lake Health Celebrates Grand Opening of TriPoint Medical Center
Date:10/21/2009

CONCORD TOWNSHIP, Ohio, Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Lake Health, formerly Lake Hospital System, today is celebrating the grand opening of its $155 million TriPoint Medical Center in Concord Township. A state-of-the-art digital hospital, TriPoint Medical Center is redefining the health care experience for patients, families and the community.

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Built from the ground up to enhance healing and wellness and improve patient safety, TriPoint features the latest, life-saving technology and an evidence-based patient- and family-centered environment. Principles of evidence-based design--a concept that links the quality of the hospital environment to patient outcomes--have been integrated throughout the facility. From the elegant interior filled with natural light and private patient rooms with views of natural greenery and streams to the healing gardens and dedicated family areas, everything about TriPoint is designed to increase comfort and safety and speed healing.

"We planned and built the entire hospital around evidence-based research that demonstrates how to achieve better outcomes, improving quality of care and patient safety," said Cynthia Moore-Hardy, FACHE, president and chief executive officer of Lake Health. "That was our vision when we began this project, and we never lost sight of that goal."

Redefining the Patient Experience

Along with physicians, nurses, staff and technology, every detail--from the private patient rooms to the HVAC system that reduces airborne pathogens--plays multiple, active roles in better patient care: lowering infection rates, reducing falls, alleviating pain and stress, and minimizing medication errors.

All 119 patient rooms are private, with sound dampening materials and floor-to-ceiling windows offering natural light and vie
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