The UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital at the Mission Bay Campus in San Francisco created additional inpatient bed capacity by remodeling existing space on the first, fifth, and sixth floors. The total project comprised of the following components:
First Floor: Converted a family sleep space within the Ronald McDonald House into a new eight-bed inpatient medical-surgical unit with capabilities of serving patients requiring Electroencephalogram (EEG) monitoring and headache patients.
Fifth Floor: Multipurpose space within the existing Pediatric Transitional Care Unit converted into two new transitional care patient rooms and one relocated isolation patient room.
Sixth Floor: Multipurpose space with the existing Pediatric Oncology and Hematology Unit converted into two new patient rooms within the same unit.
The scope of the remodel included demolition of existing walls and MEP systems, new walls, casework, interior finishes, MEP distribution connected to existing base systems, plumbing fixtures, medical gas systems and outlets, light fixtures, fire sprinkler modifications, as well as new nurse call and sound masking devices connected to existing systems.