Riddle Hospital's Modernization Project: Building for Our Future
The Riddle Hospital new patient pavilion is now open! The new five-story, 230,000 square foot patient pavilion is the cornerstone of an overall campus revitalization and modernization project. The pavilion is designed to meet the space and privacy needs of our patients and families, while enhancing their comfort during inpatient stays or recovery. Take a look at the highlights and features of this historic milestone.
Private rooms—76 private patient rooms, each well-appointed with a large picture window, sleep sofa, en-suite bathroom, and room service offerings. Each room is acuity-adaptable, which means they may be converted to critical care rooms should the need arise. These rooms are designed to meet the space and privacy needs of our patients and families, while enhancing their comfort during inpatient stays or recovery from surgery.
Surgical suite—A state-of-the-art Surgical Suite with 10 new operating rooms, advanced robotic technology and three procedural suites. Our surgical department includes pre- and post-op units, ten operating suites and three procedural rooms. It also features the latest imaging and robotic surgical technology, allowing our surgeons to perform complex procedures with more precision and control.
Maternity unit and level II neonatal intensive care unit—The new maternity unit features expansive labor and delivery suites and postpartum rooms; dedicated c-section operating rooms; and a level II neonatal intensive care unit to treat for our tiniest patients.
Patient amenities include:
- Cafe, coffee shop and gift shop
- Free wireless internet
- Expanded garage and valet parking
The new Pavilion at Riddle Hospital is distinctively designed to promote a healing and safe environment to enhance the experience for patients, visitors, physicians and staff—helping us meet the needs of the communities we so proudly serve.
Human care in the heart of the community: Mosaic mural
Riddle Hospital has partnered with nonprofit organization Project S.N.A.P. (Share, Nurture, Act, Preserve) on a collaborative art installation featured in our new Pavilion. Visit the link below to learn more and to find the tile(s) you created if you participated in the project .