Ready for What’s Next

Whatever the next health crisis is, we will be ready for it.

A Building Designed for the Future

We’re responding to the lessons of the COVID-19 pandemic by building flexibility into the form and function of our hospital addition, so we will be ready to meet the needs of every patient. When the new 190,000 square foot pavilion opens in 2023, 52 private patient rooms will incorporate technology that connects the patient to their caregivers and daily care plan. And as part of a flexible acuity unit, these rooms will have the capability to be converted to enhanced airflow rooms for use with infectious diseases such as COVID-19, or to accommodate ICU or PCU levels of care.

The Latest Healthcare Technology

With the newest technology, we are attracting the best caregivers in the region, so you and your family can feel confident that you’ll receive top-notch care close to home. Plans for the new facility include 10 operating rooms that are substantially larger and designed to accommodate developing technologies surrounding our da Vinci and Mako robotic surgery systems, as well as digital imaging and radar and image-guided surgery. With your support, we’ll maximize the benefit of new technology while maintaining the compassionate, personalized care that is our hallmark.

Level II Trauma Center

When a hospital like Grand View is accredited as a Level II Trauma Center, everyone in the community benefits from the high level of on-site expertise. Grand View Hospital now has multiple surgical specialists, including neurosurgery. Our trauma surgeons, who are in the hospital 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, are ready to care for critically injured patients at a moment’s notice. When the pavilion is completed, your family will benefit from a new Emergency Department with 28 treatment rooms and two trauma bays. With easy access by vehicle and helicopter, state-of-the-art technology, and waiting areas designed for privacy and comfort, our Emergency Department will be ready for anything. Any services you need, from MRIs to operating rooms, will be in close proximity.