Multiple naming opportunities are still available for the capital campaign to build a new Emergency Department and Level 1 Trauma Center at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. If you’re interested in one of the opportunities below, please contact Kelly Lane by email, or by phone at 602-933-2616.
Emergency Department and Level 1 Trauma Center: $10,000,000
This naming opportunity has been reserved. The new Emergency Department will increase our exam rooms to 69, all of which will be private. This will more than double our current capacity and allow us to treat between 100,000 and 140,000 patients annually. The Level 1 Trauma Center focuses on delivery of critical care and will be able to treat multiple trauma patients from the same scene. Emergency responders will no longer have to decide which patients can go to Phoenix Children’s and which ones will need to be transported elsewhere.
Emergency Department Lobby: $5,000,000
This naming opportunity has been reserved. The main lobby/waiting area of the emergency department provides for one of the major entrance points of the hospital. As much of the hospital’s care is delivered following initial presentation at the ED, the area is an extension of that lobby. The lobby/waiting area provides for security, reception (involving first patient assessment) and ample waiting for up to 100 people. The ED waiting area is subdivided into small zones with separations to accommodate large volumes of guests. The small areas act like private waiting rooms with art glass subdivisions. Design for this area is planned to carry the very successful theme of wellness inspired whimsy and dignity which has proven successful in the major public spaces of the hospital.
Trauma Care Area: $2,500,000
The Trauma Care Area focuses on delivery of critical care for trauma patients. The three trauma rooms have two bays each and are directly adjacent to the ambulance entrance and the CT suite for immediate imaging needs.
ED Care Area Pod: $1,250,000
The Care Area Pods are what truly differentiates the PCH ED. The four pods are established in a linear fashion of 14 and 16 exam rooms surrounding a clinical core. The pods allow for access to exam rooms for patients, parents/families and transport from public corridors at the top and bottom of the pods. The clinical team operates from a core within the center of the exam rooms supporting physicians, nurses and technicians with continuous connection to the exam rooms. This concept eliminates the often found chaos within an ED where all of the traffic and services are provided from one side of the room.
Garden Walk: $500,000
This naming opportunity has been reserved. Just outside the ED Trauma Center, is a unique setting for our visitors to enjoy a private walk or a quiet time of reflection. The Garden Walk is designed for children and families who want a place for privacy, solace and healing.
Triage Care Area: $500,000
This naming opportunity has been reserved. It is extremely important to ascertain the condition and needs of a person presenting at the ED for care as quickly as possible. When persons arrive, they are first seen is the Triage area for assessment of the medical problem. This is a quick exam to determine severity of the patient’s condition, obtain vitals and first information regarding the matter. This information allows the clinical team to properly locate the patient in the department and initiate the needs of what services will be required.
Behavioral Health Care Area: $500,000
Supporting the needs of a special care population, the behavioral health care area consists of six emergency exam rooms developed in a cluster at the northeast corner of the Emergency Department. The suite of rooms are located in a private area to minimize confusion with immediate access to specialized care.
Clinical Staff Work Area: $250,000
The four clinical staff work areas located in the center of each of the emergency department exam pods are self contained units providing for physician, nursing and staff services with work areas, supply storage, medications, equipment space and nutrition. The staff work areas are open working environments with complete visual connection to all exam rooms located in the exam pod. The work areas not only provide for direct connection between the staff and patients; the working environment is designed to foster collaboration among the clinical team members.
Sub-Waiting Room: $250,000
This naming opportunity has been reserved. The sub-waiting room provides a resting point for multiple services. The area supports patients who have been triaged and are waiting to be taken to a room, a place for family members to wait while patients are receiving examinations as well as an area for patients awaiting lab results. The waiting room affords convenience to patients and their families while within the emergency department for short durations without having to return to the main waiting room.
EMS Work Room: $250,000
This naming opportunity has been reserved. The EMS Work Room is a much needed space supporting ambulance operations for the emergency department. The space provides an office and break for the technicians serving the hospital. Additionally, a restroom facility and storage room for EMS supplies are provided.
Procedure Room: $200,000
This naming opportunity has been reserved. Planning for the new Emergency Department provides for three Procedure Rooms. These spaces provide a larger accommodation of space than the typical exam rooms and support needs including resuscitation, casting for orthopedics and minor procedures such as insertion of a line in a pediatric patient.
Discharge Services: $125,000
This naming opportunity has been reserved. Discharge Services plays an important role for patients visiting the emergency department. Discharge including important instructions, follow-up care coordination, any required financial counseling occurs at this point of the visit. Having a discharge center removes these concluding matters and provides for an appropriate setting for the more business like portion of the visit.
Trauma Bay: $125,000
This naming opportunity has been reserved. Six trauma bays will allow for the treatment of multiple trauma patients from the same incident. Emergency responders will no longer have to decide which patients can be transported to Phoenix Children’s and which ones need to be taken elsewhere.
Exam Room: $100,000
The 49 exam rooms are the heart of operations for the emergency department. This space is where all exams for acute care patients occur. The unique design provides for a private patient environment with a clinical sliding glass door connection to the clinical staff where patients are monitored throughout their stay. The spacious rooms provide for state-of-the-art care with headwall medical gases, LED lighting, supply delivery direct to the room, patient monitoring and dedicated family space within the exam room.
Exam/Triage Room: $100,000
Exam and triage is the first stop within the emergency department. The series of four exam rooms provide the first level of diagnosis. Patients have their conditions assessed, vital information recorded and determination for level of care and location is provided.
Isolation Exam: $100,000
There are four isolation exams rooms within the emergency department. These exam spaces are kept for patients with potential infectious conditions. The rooms which appear the same as a traditional exam room are equipped with a negative pressure air system which exhausts all of the air from the rooms and each room is equipped with a private restroom. These rooms are located nearest the entrance and discharge from the department, keeping the potential conditions as removed as possible from the majority of the emergency department population.
Behavioral Exam: $100,000
Behavioral Exam Rooms support a special need within the emergency department. The six rooms accommodate patients with potentially behavioral and clinical care needs. Depending on availability for post-emergency care, patients may stay in the space for a longer period of time. The exam rooms which are developed as part of a suite in the emergency department are equipped with the traditional requirements for patient care and have security measures incorporated to ensure patient safety.
Family Consult Room: $100,000
This naming opportunity has been reserved. The family consult room supports multiple needs including private consultation between families and providers, counseling space during difficult situations, a respite space for family members and a gathering space for families during critical situations. The room is located near the trauma care area where services are many times required.