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SLAM Completes Phase One of Heart and Vascular Care Center

The new Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion at Doylestown Hospital /
Photo by Matt Wargo

PhiladelphiaThe S/L/A/M Collaborative (formerly CBRE | Heery Design Group), in partnership with Doylestown Health, completed a $54 million, 100,000sf Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion, a new three-story addition to Doylestown Hospital. The first of three phases of the pavilion, which completes the second floor, is dedicated to the hospital’s newly opened Center for Heart and Vascular Care, the driving force of the project. 

The center is part of the hospital’s master plan, developed by SLAM, and was created to expand the scope and depth of the hospital’s cardiovascular services, nationally recognized for excellence in cardiovascular care, bringing the future of medicine to the community using advanced technologies and evidence-based design principles. 

The next phase of the new bed-wing is currently being fit-out for a 32 universal room intensive care/intermediate unit on the third floor and an outpatient cardiac services suite on the first floor. The cardiac services suite includes cardiac diagnostic testing, cardiac and vascular physician’s offices, and a cardiac/pulmonary rehabilitation gym to create a complete cardiovascular center.