Donley’s was responsible for the complete interior fitout of this new two-story speculative office building to house ambulatory patient health care services. A two-story atrium lobby on the building’s South side serves as the main entrance for patients and visitors accessing the ambulatory surgery functions. A large seminar room on the first floor serves patient education and staff training needs and is accessible from the main lobby.

The major portion of the building’s first floor houses The Peak, Marymount Hospital’s sports medicine and rehabilitation facility. The Peak is outfitted with a full range of exercise apparatus for general health maintenance and for injury or post-surgical rehabilitation.

A complete surgery center for ambulatory outpatients occupies the second floor and consists of six operating rooms and a patient pre-operative preparation area. A 12-bed post-operative area is positioned along the exterior window wall, thereby maximizing light and providing visual contact with the exterior. The nurses’ stations are strategically placed and centrally located within the pre-operative and post-operative patient areas. Functionally planned for patient observation, they also lend an element of aesthetics to these utilitarian areas.