The New Stanford Hospital: 10+ Years in the Making
Building the new Stanford Hospital began long before the architect drew his first sketches. The seedlings for a new hospital were planted in 1994 following the devastating Northridge earthquake.
Interventional Platform Integrates ORs, Procedure Rooms and Imaging
About 20 years ago, medical designers and planners began developing the idea of an interventional platform—co-locating surgical operating rooms (ORs), hybrid ORs, imaging, procedure rooms, endoscopic rooms and cardiac-cath labs, all into one common, integrated space.
New Hospital Pays Homage to Families and Caregivers
At the center of the new Stanford Hospital lies an oasis, a floor dedicated to providing support and comfort to the unsung heroes of healing—families and caregivers.
Smart Technology Enhances Patient Experience
We are all experiencing the digitization of consumer services in our lives, from ordering coffee to checking bank balances or getting directions, all from the comfort and convenience of our smart devices. Similarly, the new Stanford Hospital is leveraging the latest in advanced technology to transform the patient experience.
300P Renewal: A Cinderella Story in the Works
As the new Stanford Hospital teams vacate the offices at 1190 Welch Road, a new crew is moving in. Their charter—to renovate and remodel the existing Stanford Hospital to create a cohesive, campus-like experience for Stanford Health Care patients.