Blurring the lines between the indoors and outdoors, abundant natural daylight cascades in from the wall of windows into the family waiting area, which also provides secured access to the outdoor healing garden.
The surgery waiting area, furnished with muted earth tones, comfortable seating, and a stone fireplace, features translucent polymer privacy partitions, reminiscent of waterfalls and wheat fields, to subtly divide the room.
Standard, same-handed patient rooms feature the best in evidence-based design features, including distinct patient, caregiver, and family zones, along with paneled headwalls to store staff supplies and equipment.
All of the 25 private patient rooms include home-like laminate wood floors, flat-screen HDTVs, and comfortable sleeper couches, offering families a way to participate in the healing process.
A patient lift allows caregivers to easily transport patients to the barrier-free bathrooms.
The new patient wing and surgical addition at Community Hospital McCook brings world-class design to a small, rural community.
The hospital’s 18,000 square foot butterfly garden with its native plants, stone patio, and fireplace offers patients, families, and staff a peaceful place to reflect and refresh.
The carpeted reception area in the front lobby welcomes visitors with rustic stone, soft light, and warm wood accents.
View from the nurse station into the private surgery prep and recovery rooms.