The latest in a series of strategic development and planning initiatives by Boston Medical Center, this nine-story ambulatory care center represents the first phase in a long-term effort by Boston Medical Center to transform the image of its southern campus edge. The building sets the stage for future improvements and establishes a new standard for sustainable design among Boston healthcare facilities.
- Creates a standardized patient encounter and improves overall staff and patient experience.
- Modular planning of clinical floors optimizes flexibility and improves wayfinding.
- Perimeter corridor with southern exposure provides access to clinics and offers orienting views to the outdoors.
- Clear organization and simple circulation system within clinics eases patient and staff use.
- Terracotta cladding system on exterior skin introduces a contemporary counterpoint to traditional brick façades found across existing campus.
- Interior palette integrates exterior materials and evokes the natural environment.
- Registered as a pilot project with the Green Guide for Healthcare, which incorporates many U.S. Green Building Council LEED-NC guidelines.