Delray Medical Center, part of the Tenet Florida Heart and Vascular Network, commissioned Stephen Boruff, AIA, Architects + Planners, Inc. to design a new 1,500 square foot Hybrid Operating Room that provides patients with the very best in care. Located within the Surgical Services Department, the $6.9 million room will allow surgeons to perform complex vascular procedures on patients including coroid stents, carotid angiograms and endovascular aortic aneurysm repair. Utilizing state-of-the-art technology, the room features the Corindus Vascular Robotics CorPath System, and a Siemens Artis Pheno. The Corpath System is used for robotic-assisted vascular interventions assisted by the Siemens Artis Pheno, a robotic C-arm angiopathy system used in minimally invasive interventional procedures. Due to the absence of ceiling components, an uninterrupted sterile airflow is maintained, improving flexibility in the operating room by expanding patient access and reducing radiation exposure. The complex interaction of the various systems resulted in an inventive use of space achieving all of Delray Medical Center’s conditions of satisfaction and allows them to serve more patients in a setting reflective of the quality of care.
Delray Medical Center
$6.9 Million (including equipment)
1,500 square feet