The Vision, Concept and Schematic Design for the new 184,875 sq. ft. Selkirk Acute Care Health Centre was created through a collaborative and integrated planning process. The design and planning of the centre was guided by the following Planning Objectives and Principles.
• Create an environment that promotes the well-being of patients, family, staff and the community;
• Provide a safe environment for patients, their families and community;
• Design a High Performing and Sustainable Site and Building;
• Incorporate lean planning efficiencies that optimize the flow of people, information, materials and services; and
• Design a health centre that is innovative in response to the site, context, history, and culture of the region.
• A 184,875 square foot Regional Hospital built on a 28.6 acre site, situated just to the North West of LM’s new 105 Bed, 90,000 sq ft Selkirk Mental Health Centre, in Selkirk, 30 miles North of Winnipeg, Manitoba
• Approximately $120 M to build, equip and furnish.
• 65 acute care beds including 45 Medical, 8 Surgical, 8 Family Planning, and 4 ICU/SCU beds.
• An Emergency Department serving in excess of 29,000 (projected) patients per year with 2 Trauma Rooms, 13 Exam and Treatment Rooms, 1 Isolation room, and 4 Minor Treatment Rooms.
• 3 Operating Theatres, each at 600 square feet and 2 endoscopy suites.
• A full Diagnostic Imaging Department utilizing digital imaging for CT, Fluoroscopy, Ultrasound, Mammography, General Radiology, and MRI Diagnostic Scanning.
• An Ambulatory Care Outpatient Clinic utilizing 6 Multi-Use exam rooms for visiting specialists, integrated with 2 Procedure Rooms; Stress Testing Lab; ECG/Holter Lab; and a 6 stretcher (Medical) Day Hospital.
• An integrated Same Day Surgery and PACU Department with 6 primary recovery stretchers and 13 Day Surgery stretchers serving the facilities Inpatient and Ambulatory Surgical Programs.
• An 8 Bed Hemodialysis Unit adjacent to a 9 stretcher Cancer Care (Chemotherapy) Unit.