Kirksey has been working with the Kelsey-Seybold Clinic for more than ten years on a variety of clinical projects including new facilities, remodels and expansions. This project included the renovation and expansion of their existing Main Campus Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) to include a total of six Operating Rooms, one hybrid Operating Room, seven Endoscopy Rooms, and one Pain (treatment) Room, a new central sterile, scope wash, locker rooms, break room, and administrative offices for a total of 35,380-sf of licensed ASC.
Kirksey completed an interior renovation of Levels three & four of their flagship facility as well. Level four was renovated and re-purposed for Cardiology and Nuclear Medicine departments, comprising 18,127-sf of treatment, diagnostics, and recovery space.
Kelsey Seybold brought Kirksey on board to tap into our broad ASC experience and utilize it to help them solve significant patient flow issues in the 20-year-old outdated facility. The existing ASC had an outdated “in & out” entrance to both the pre-op area and the sterile corridor which was greatly congested after 20 years of growth. Kirksey analyzed and provided a phased growth plan that allowed them to incorporate separate one-way patient flow on separate tracks via their surgical and endoscopic programs, while allowing for the installation of one new operating room, one new hybrid operating room, remodeling of existing OR’s and replacement of four Endo rooms with seven completely new Endo rooms, and all new support areas without any suspension of patient services during the 24-month phased process.