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New Sharp Memorial Hospital Features All Private Patient Rooms, Expanded Emergency and Trauma Services and Family Waiting Areas
Date:1/8/2009

patient and service needs
  • Direct line-of-sight into ICU rooms from nursing stations
  • The facility will improve emergency services in San Diego with a new Emergency and Trauma Center, the largest in the county and triple its previous size. Featuring 46 emergency/trauma beds, the new center is designed for highly efficient assessment, diagnosis and treatment of patients to reduce stress and waiting time. For example, a 64-view CT scanner and two radiological suites are located within the center so patients can be assessed without being transported to other areas of the hospital, speeding the process from one treatment to the next.

    Other hospital features include:

    • A new surgery center with 10 expansive high-tech surgery suites, including specialized designs for orthopaedics, cardiac surgery, neuro-trauma and transplantation
    • 48 intensive care beds, 126 intermediate care beds and 160 acute care beds
    • A redesigned and enhanced interventional radiology unit, with three radiology suites, and cardiac catheterization labs that include fully digital equipment providing the latest in diagnostic and interventional cardiology
    • Full implementation of electronic medical records (EMR), making Sharp Memorial Sharp's first
    • "paper-light" hospital
    • A new main entrance and lobby as well as enhanced admitting and scheduling areas

    The Stephen Birch Healthcare Center at the new Sharp Memorial Hospital will hold a community open house from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 10, and begin receiving patients the week of Jan. 14 as staff transfers current patients from the campus's existing tower.

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