The Indian Peaks project was the conversion of an existing, two-year-old Urgent Care Center into an Emergency / Urgent Care facility complete with a new ambulance entrance, new exam rooms, and a CAT scan room build-out.
All existing patient care / support areas were demolished and replaced with nine new general exam rooms with one for patient isolation. A tenth room services higher acuity and bariatric patients.
Other new support areas include a centrally located medication room, storage, soiled, nourishment, and toilet rooms, a CT room build-out, plus minor revisions to the patient walk-in entry at the reception, check-in, and waiting areas.
The west side of the building received a new ambulance canopy and drive. The employee outdoor garden was relocated to the northwest corner of the site. A new backup generator was also added.