New Patient Tower Now Open!
Centennial Hills Hospital increased its licensed bed capacity to 336 beds following the approval of a 36-bed medical surgical nursing unit by the State of Nevada on Wednesday, December 16, 2020. Patients were being admitted to the new unit shortly after 12:30 pm the same day. Currently, the nursing unit is being used for patients who need medical/surgical and intermediate-level medical care, with future plans to use it as a dedicated orthopedic nursing unit with its own therapy gym.
The Birthplace at Centennial Hills Hospital also added two labor and delivery suites along with 36 mother-baby (post-partum) suites. Each suite offers a calm, comfortable environment, technologically advanced equipment, sweeping views of the Las Vegas valley and amenities for new mothers and families. The maternity expansion opened on November 9, 2020, while the additional medical/surgical beds opened December 16, 2020.
We would like to share this special animation. The video, produced by SR Construction, showcases our future five-story patient tower. We can’t wait to give our growing community additional patient services and patient rooms.
Experience our future Patient Tower from the inside! View these images in 3D Panorama vision:
See the final demolishing stage of the hospital walkway that formerly connected to the next door medical office building:
The construction of our new patient tower is really coming along! Take a look at this great drone footage provided by SR Construction:
Take a look at our progress!
Our New Patient Tower project now includes the topping out of the west of the building, advancement on the third and fourth floors, and the installation of core brace elements and the bolting of steel beams by the iron workers. Thank you to SR Construction and all their construction partners on the phenomenal work that has been done so far!