Andrews Women’s Hospital at Baylor All Saints Medical Center

Fort Worth, TX

Project Description

The design of the Paul and Judy Andrews Women’s Hospital focuses on the principles of family-centered care in a boutique hotel atmosphere. The project includes a five-story, 232,343-square-foot hospital with 110 beds, a 148,380-square-foot medical office building and a 748-vehicle parking garage. Built on an existing surface parking lot, the hospital was designed to connect to the surrounding campus. A sweeping, transparent canopy provides a transition from a landscaped plaza to the lobby atrium, which connects the new women's tower to the main hospital. The exterior of the Women’s Hospital is grounded with stone and brick accents and features a warm, red brick tower with curved balconies overlooking a plaza. Expanses of glass add transparency and flood the interior with natural light.

Full service labor and delivery care with an antepartum unit, maternal fetal medicine clinic, triage suite, and post partum services can accommodate up to 8,000 deliveries per year. Gynecological and neonatal services in the adjacent existing hospital were also expanded as part of this project. A 42-bed NICU with capacity to expand to 60 beds and a separate area for the parent’s sleep rooms were added. A 26-bed ante-partum unit is planned for this floor. An LDR unit with 25 beds and support spaces is adjacent to the 13-bed triage/antenatal unit. A surgical suite with seven operating rooms and support space is also included in the new facility. Additional floors house a 17-bed GYN unit, a 12-bed day patient unit and two, 32-bed post partum units with well baby nursery bassinets.



Best of Healthcare, Texas Construction Magazine; Snowmass Institute Innovation in Women’s Health Award

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