Alfond Center for Health: Time Lapse Video 

Main Entrance and Lobby
  • Single entrance to simplify way-finding
  • Multi-media medical library and resource center that is open to the public
  • Education center with meeting spaces for 12 to 300 people
  • Spiritual center with space for meditation and prayer
Front of House/Back of House Design
  • Separate corridors for the public and for patient transport
Emergency Department (ED)
  • Streamlines Emergency Department
  • Comprehensive diagnostic services adjacent to the ED
  • Helipad near the ED will ease emergency transit
Intervention Platforms
  • 3 super-sized operating rooms
  • 1 Cardiac Cath Lab
  • 7 speciality-sized or general operating rooms
  • 6 procedure rooms for endoscopy and cystoscopy
  • Private patients rooms for pre-operative preparation and post-operative recovery to allow families to remain with patients
Inpatient Wings:

Inpatient wings will be located away from the main entrance to minimize noise and disruption

  • 192 Private Patient Rooms
    • Enhance patient safety and healing by reducing risk of infection
    • Allow for confidential communications with doctors and nurses
    • Feature family visiting/sleeping capacity
    • Have large windows to maximize light and views
  • Separate wings devoted to specific types of inpatient care:
    • Behavioral health
    • Critical care
    • General medical services
    • General surgical services
    • Rehabilitation
    • Women’s Health
    Outpatient Facilities
    • Extensive diagnostic facilities and doctor’s offices

MaineGeneral Health
Office of Philanthropy

Physical location
35 Medical Center Parkway
Augusta, ME  04330-8067
Phone: (207) 626-1809
philanthropy@mainegeneral.org

Mail only
PO Box 828
Waterville, ME  04903

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