OUR APPROACH TO

Acute Care

Acute care facility improvements are becoming increasingly focused on higher acuity services, Lean-driven operational efficiencies, HCAHPS scores, reimbursement models, capital/operational costs and, most importantly, patient and staff safety. These days, most health systems have less capital to spend on projects and need those dollars directed at point of care as opposed to hotel-like lobbies.  We understand this and work within our clients’ budgets to develop effective solutions meeting the needs of patients, families, and caregivers. 

 

Featured Projects

 
Anne Arundel Medical Center    View >

Anne Arundel Medical Center

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Anne Arundel Medical Center
Annapolis, Maryland

CRGA designed this 290,000 SF, eight story Acute Care Pavilion addition to the existing hospital, which was awarded the status of the first LEED Gold hospital in the state of Maryland. View project

Anne Arundel Medical Center Pediatric Emergency Department    View >

Anne Arundel Medical Center
Pediatric Emergency Department

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Anne Arundel Medical Center
Pediatric Emergency Department
Annapolis, Maryland

The new Pediatric Care Center is a model for Patient-Centered Care, utilizing Lean thinking and incorporating a theme based on Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay. View project

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Howard University Hospital

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HOWARD UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Washington, D.C.

CRGA has developed a vast portfolio that spans all types of healthcare projects, and our knowledge of technical healthcare regulations and technologies continues to grow with every project. These projects range from imaging, to cardiac care units, to surgical departments, and much more. Take a closer look at our Howard University Hospital Cardiac Cath Lab project. View project

 
University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus    VIEW >

University of Maryland
Medical Center
Midtown Campus

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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND MEDICAL CENTER MIDTOWN CAMPUS
Baltimore, Maryland

CRGA has completed several projects for the University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus, including renovations to the Emergency Department, Patient Units, and the Urgent Care Center. View project

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Washington Hospital Center

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WASHINGTON HOSPITAL CENTER
Washington, D.C.

CRGA was responsible for the renovation of Washington Hospital Center's Electrophysiology Lab. The project involved complete equipment replacement in existing procedure rooms as well as a feasibility study for the expansion of the electrophysiology suite into adjacent space. View project

 
 

 

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