The new facility will help meet the underserved needs of local residents by providing state-of-the-art trauma care, critical care, surgical care and emergency medicine services. This new facility will replace the 75-year-old Prince George’s Hospital Center, addressing the continuing need to provide state-of-the-art medical care to residents, to accommodate existing volumes, and changes in care delivery.
The facility, designed by Wilmot Sanz Architects, provides 205 acute care licensed beds, 45 ER treatment bays, eight operating rooms, and two roof-top helipads. Additional inpatient services include an observation unit, trauma department, pre- and post-op care, intensive care unit, intermediate care unit, inpatient medical/surgical care, behavioral health unit, 15-bed specialty pediatric unit, women’s services, mother and baby program, neo-natal intensive care unit and an academic residency program.
The 60,000 square-foot, three-story ambulatory care center includes a two-level cancer center with radiation oncology and medical oncology, a perinatal diagnostic center, outpatient clinics, an outpatient lab, and a cardiac rehabilitation center.