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St. Joseph's Healthcare System Implements $250 Million, Five-Year Facilities Project at Paterson and Wayne Campuses
Date:8/17/2009

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  • Update and expansion of two operating rooms, renovation of the pre-operative area and expansion of the post-operative recovery area
  • Cosmetic upgrades to all patient rooms, increase in single patient rooms and renovated nursing stations on patient care units
  • Projected total investment for this major project at both campuses is $250 million.

    Principal architectural and engineering consultants for the project include:

    • Francis Cauffman Architects, a New York City based architectural firm

    Project management is being provided by:

    • Sterling Barnett Little, Inc., a firm based in Texas

    Sharp Growth in Demand

    As the region's leading healthcare system, St. Joseph's Healthcare System is experiencing rapid growth, with record levels of more than 1.6 million outpatient procedures and visits, nearly 200,000 patient days, and more than 130,000 emergency department visits in 2008. The healthcare system has shown strong financial performance in recent years, with funding for the expansion and renovation coming primarily from investment and operating income, bond issues and philanthropic support being sought through a major capital campaign.

    Phase I

    During Phase I of the facilities project, which began in the Fall of 2008 and will continue through 2009, enabling projects are underway at the St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center Paterson campus (such as the creation of the DePaul Ambulatory Care Center at St. Joseph's), while Surgical Suite and Intensive Care/Critical Care Units are being renovated at St. Joseph's Wayne Hospital on the Wayne campus.

    Phase II

    • Demolition of the Johnson Building and 100 Hospital Plaza at the St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center campus will begin in Fall 2009. Other m
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