Grady-Correll Cardiac Center
The 21,000-SF renovation of this multi-faceted healthcare facility included the cardiac catheterization lab, renovation and relocation of the stress lab, and the relocation of the Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) office to the third floor of the existing hospital. The second floor administrative support areas and clinical space were renovated to accommodate five physician offices and a procedural waiting room with the existing corridor receiving cosmetic renovation.
The cardiac catheterization lab had the existing support area renovated to accommodate eight patient holding areas for pre- and post- procedure care. Renovation also included patient restroom, dressing room, staff station, clean utility, solid utility, medical prep, supply storage, staff lockers and showers, lab coordinator office, staff break room, viewing room, and medical technology alcove. A control room and two catheterization labs received cosmetic renovation; one renovated to accommodate dual purpose catheterization and electrophysiology equipment. One cardiac catheterization lab features a wall displaying donors in the elevator vestibule. New storage rooms were provided for the catheterization and electrophysiology lab.
The stress lab included renovation of the existing DFCS office to accommodate a holding area, staff station, supply area, two treadmill stations, soiled utility, patient restroom, two dressing rooms, and two stretcher stations for pharmaceutical stress testing. The existing corridor received cosmetic renovation, with double doors relocated to the east end of the corridor to better define the cardiac department boundary.
Grady Health System
At a glance
Cardiac Catheterization Lab
Eight patient holding areas
Supply, storage, and utility rooms
Staff lockers and showers
Lab accommodates dual purpose catheterization and electrophysiology equipment
Stress Lab Renovation/Relocation
Two stretcher stations
Engineering: mechanical, electrical, plumbing