UCLA Ronald Regan University Medical Center Hybrid OR

Los Angeles, California

LEO A DALY performed a feasibility study to locate a new Hybrid OR within the 2nd floor surgery suite of the UCLA Ronald Reagan Hospital in October 2017. Design has been completed and approved by HCAI (OSHPD). The project is currently in construction.

The program includes a new Hybrid OR room, Control Room, Equipment Storage, and a Staff Toilet. The scope of work includes installation of several booms by Getinge:
• Anesthesia Boom
• 2 Monitor Booms
• Surgical Light Boom
• 2 Monitor Boom with Shield Arm
• Perfusion Boom
• Shield and Camera Arm Boom

A new integrated prefabricated ceiling system by SLD systems was also designed to increase sterility around the patient during surgeries. An independent steel structure was designed to support the prefabricated ceiling system which will support all the booms.

A freestanding steel structure was designed to frame the ceiling opening where the hard lid ceiling meets the prefabricated ceiling system.

In addition to Getinge and SLD equipment vendors, an integrated technology system by Steris is also included. The imaging equipment is provided by Siemens. Several items were coordinated with UCLA Facilities Management during construction including infection control at the project site, scheduled facility shutdowns for med gas and plumbing point of connections, shutdowns for electrical panel connections.

The project is currently in construction and is expected to be completed by late 2022.

Client 

UCLA Health

At a glance

Hybrid OR
Control room
Equipment storage

Features

Integrated prefabricated ceiling system by SLD systems was also designed to increase sterility

Services

Architectural Design Engineering Services Interior Design