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Augusta Health Outpatient Pavilion Celebrates Ribbon Cutting

Healthcare Outpatient Facility Ribbon Cutting for Augusta Health

Community celebrates the new facility, which centralizes and expands necessary outpatient healthcare

On Tuesday, January 10, community members gathered to celebrate the opening of Augusta Health’s new Outpatient Pavilion in Fishersville, Virginia. In attendance were members of the local board of supervisors, patrons, Augusta Health staff and board members, Barton Malow team members, as well as our project partners from CannonDesign and JLL. The facility began seeing patients on Monday, January 16.

Designed to satisfy increased demand and improve the rural region’s access to outpatient care, the new 60,000 SF healthcare facility centralizes several units into one location. The Pavilion includes a surgical center with 11 operating/procedure rooms and 24 individual pre/post-op recovery rooms, an imaging center with x-ray, ultrasound, CT, and MRI units, as well as a breast care center providing mammography, ultrasound, biopsy, and MRI services. The new building also features ample parking, comfortable registration and waiting areas, and a café to serve patients and anyone attending a procedure with them.

“Over the years, as the need for surgical and diagnostic care at Augusta Health grew, it became apparent that dedicated outpatient facilities would be necessary for Augusta Health’s community-based delivery model of care,” said Mary N. Mannix, FACHE, Augusta Health President and CEO. “Even when supply chain issues threatened us with significant delays, the partners from Barton Malow and CannonDesign, led by Project Manager Mitch Roessing from JLL, came together to keep the project timeline on target and within budget.”

Barton Malow served as construction manager for the project, returning to the Augusta campus after completing a substantial renovation to its Intensive Care (ICU) and Respiratory Therapy (RT) Units in 2017.

Augusta Health is an independent, community-owned, not-for-profit hospital, that’s mission is to promote the health and well-being of the community through access to excellent care.

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  • Credit: Tyler Weaver, Augusta Health Waiting Room
  • Credit: Tyler Weaver, Augusta Health Facility Rooms
  • Augusta Health Outpatient Pavillion Coffee Shop