10,000 square feet and 26 feet high, the new central plant provides power to support the expanded hospital services. Convenient, landscaped parking structure with five levels above ground and one subterranean level. 47 ft. to top of parapet. 750 spaces. Convenient and ample parking to support the hospital and second medical building. Five levels above ground and one subterranean level. 47 ft. to top of parapet. 579 spaces. Convenient parking to support outpatient services in medical building #3. Three levels above ground and one subterranean level. 278 spaces. If needed, this is the last parking improvement in the 15-year plan, with two subterranean levels and one on the surface. 316 spaces. This preserves the traditional “community tree.” New hospital wing has up to 120 beds including private maternity rooms, more operating rooms for our community and a rooftop helipad convenient to the ER. 125,363 sq. ft. and 85 ft. to top of parapet. Helipad to maintain<br /> life-saving trauma services. Half this building is reserved for hospital administrative and support services. 80,000 sq. ft. and 45.5 ft. to top of parapet. Twenty percent of this building is reserved for hospital centers of excellence.  60,000 sq. ft. and 45.5 ft. to top of parapet.  Per the current draft development agreement, proof of State submission of the hospital building plans (new hospital wing) will be given to the City before the building permit for MOB2 can be issued. This is the last medical office building in the fifteen-year plan, providing convenient space for new and growing outpatient services. 60,000 sq. ft. and 45.5 ft. to top of parapet. Per the current draft development agreement, the foundations of the hospital building (new hospital wing) will be substantially complete with "steel in the air" before the building permit for MOB3 can be issued. Proposed new trees for the beautification of our campus.

Updates & Status: Key Goals

Emergency Department Expansion Completed

Emergency Department and Trauma Center Doubles in Size
 
Spring 2010 marked the completion of Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital’s 36-bed Emergency Department and Trauma Center.  Doubled in size, the expanded facility includes new examination rooms, cardiac-monitored beds,nursing stations, ambulance entrance,
patient and family waiting room and children’s play area, all aimed at providing the highest quality of emergency care.
 
Designed by a team led by emergency services specialists, the finished emergency department was built to accommodate 65,000 visitors per year and features specialized areas to treat trauma, OB/GYN, cardiac and less urgent patients, as well as a quiet room for consultations.
 
A key consideration in the design of Henry Mayo’s emergency department expansion project was to create facilities that offer state-of-the-art technology, medical equipment and services that address the needs of our growing patient population.
 
The overall design of Henry Mayo’s emergency department renovations promote healing, reduce stress, and help families relax in what can be a stressful environment. Significant consideration were taken to ensure patient privacy, safety and comfort.  The hospital emergency department has changed from traditional open rooms with curtains to treatment rooms with glass doors that enhance patient privacy but still allow staff the ability to visually monitor patients.
 
Henry Mayo operates the only 24-hour emergency department in the Santa Clarita Valley, handling more than 50,000 patient visits annually, and is designated as an L.A. County Emergency Department Approved for Pediatrics (EDAP).  The emergency department also serves as a base station for Los Angeles County paramedics, handling more than 8,000 calls annually. Serving our community 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the emergency department is the front door to our trauma center and a critical community asset.

 

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