VHiT Adaptive Reuse Medical-Surgical Inpatient Hospital
LEO A DALY, partnered with local Tulsa architect GH2, provided professional design services for the proposed Veterans Hospital in Tulsa (VHiT). The $150 million adaptive reuse project will transform the existing Kerr-Edmondson Office Complex into a 58-bed medical-surgical inpatient hospital for the Veterans of Oklahoma.
The project is a collaboration among federal, state and local governments, the Oklahoma State University Medical Center and its affiliated Center for Health Sciences (OSU-CHS), the Zarrow Foundation and a selection of private donors. The Zarrow Foundation is providing overall project leadership and implementation through the Congressional CHIP-IN for Veterans Act of 2016.
The master planned and designed project will provide the infrastructure and facilities to support exceptional care for the Veterans of Eastern Oklahoma and for close collaboration with OSU-CHS for shared services, joint physician appointments, and increased medical residencies.
Veterans Hospital in Tulsa, LLC (VHiT)
At a glance
- 12 ICU Beds
- 34 Med/Surg Beds
- 12 Rehab Beds
Surgery Suite with 5 ORs
Connecting Link Between the Two Existing Buildings