The Center is one of 15 University of Utah specialty clinics in the Salt Lake Valley and is the only University clinic to offer the whole range of care for ophthalmology and dermatology. Used primarily for outpatient clinical visits and minor procedures, the facility contains a pharmacy as well as administrative, clinical trial, and support spaces.
Construction of the Eccles Critical Care Pavilion in 2003 marked the first expansion for University Hospital in more than 20 years.
The need to meet healthcare needs of a growing Davis County community prompted a change to the entire scope of a project that was already in design. The decision to build a hospital rather than a clinic meant a redesign for a 180,000 sf full-service hospital. The five-story structure is attached to a four-story medical office building and built adjacent to a new central utility plant.
Designed with children and families in mind, the Outpatient Services Building at Primary Children’s Hospital is for patients visiting briefly for doctor appointments or procedures. There are 67 exam rooms, a lab, a Kids Clubhouse, café, and support spaces. The four-level parking terrace contains almost 1,400 stalls.
This project merges two medical campuses and expands the medical campus located on River Road. Cancer services currently operating out of three sites will move into a three-story cancer center.