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The Edward A. Brennan Entry Pavilion, a dramatic three-story entranceway linking the new hospital to existing buildings, opens by way of automatic sensor-triggered doors that are one of many universal design features built into the new hospital to accommodate people with disabilities.
The Robert R. McCormick Foundation Center for Advanced Emergency Response has 60 single treatment rooms and is designed to ensure fast, efficient emergency care.
The fourth, fifth and seventh floors of the new hospital contain 42 procedure rooms, 102 prep and recovery rooms, and spacious waiting rooms, incorporating a new design concept called the interventional platform.
The 112 standardized rooms on the 10th and 11th floors are dedicated to critical care, while the 192 standardized rooms on the 12th, 13th and 14th floors are reserved for acute care. All of the rooms were designed to enhance the patient experience by emphasizing comfort, safety and quality of care.
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