Penn Presbyterian Medical

The hospital was experiencing increased patient volume after another local hospital closed in 2019. However, Penn’s tight campus had very few options for additional medical space. The hospital identified Serenus' MetaSpace system as the perfect solution because it could squeeze into a courtyard between several of their existing buildings. Ultimately, Serenus was hired to provide a temporary observation unit to absorb the hospital’s patient overflow.

 

Serenus designed a 12-patient MetaSpace unit to meet Penn Presbyterian’s needs at the beginning of 2020, and completed the project just in time for Coronavirus. The hospital quickly adapted the Serenus facility to support inpatient medical care related to the pandemic. Curtains were replaced with doors and the entire unit was flipped to negative pressure to increase patient and staff safety. The hospital opened the adapted space in April 2020 to meet the first surge of Covid-19. The MetaSpace unit continues to support inpatient medical care and emergency department observation.

Williamsburg

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Juan F. Luis

55,000sqft, 100 bed, full service temporary hospital, in St.Croix, USVI.

Gulf Coast

1500sqft, 8 bed, observation unit, in
Panama City, FL.

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Medical space solutions.

Penn Presbyterian

The hospital was experiencing increased patient volume after another local hospital closed in 2019. However, Penn’s tight campus had very few options for additional medical space. The hospital identified Serenus' MetaSpace system as the perfect solution because it could squeeze into a courtyard between several of their existing buildings. Ultimately, Serenus was hired to provide a temporary observation unit to absorb the hospital’s patient overflow.

 

Serenus designed a 12-patient MetaSpace unit to meet Penn Presbyterian’s needs at the beginning of 2020, and completed the project just in time for Coronavirus. The hospital quickly adapted the Serenus facility to support inpatient medical care related to the pandemic. Curtains were replaced with doors and the entire unit was flipped to negative pressure to increase patient and staff safety. The hospital opened the adapted space in April 2020 to meet the first surge of Covid-19. The MetaSpace unit continues to support inpatient medical care and emergency department observation.

Williamsburg

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Juan F. Luis

55,000sqft, 100 bed, full service temporary hospital, in St.Croix, USVI.

Gulf Coast

1500sqft, 8 bed, observation unit, in
Panama City, FL.

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Williamsburg

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Gulf Coast

1500sqft, 8 bed, observation unit, in Panama City, FL.

Williamsburg

Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem accusantium doloremque laudantium, totam rem aperiam, eaque ipsa quae ab illo.

Learn More

Juan F. Luis

55,000sqft, 100 bed, full service temporary hospital, in St.Croix, USVI.

See More

Penn Presbyterian

The hospital was experiencing increased patient volume after another local hospital closed in 2019. However, Penn’s tight campus had very few options for additional medical space. The hospital identified Serenus' MetaSpace system as the perfect solution because it could squeeze into a courtyard between several of their existing buildings. Ultimately, Serenus was hired to provide a temporary observation unit to absorb the hospital’s patient overflow.

 

Serenus designed a 12-patient MetaSpace unit to meet Penn Presbyterian’s needs at the beginning of 2020, and completed the project just in time for Coronavirus. The hospital quickly adapted the Serenus facility to support inpatient medical care related to the pandemic. Curtains were replaced with doors and the entire unit was flipped to negative pressure to increase patient and staff safety. The hospital opened the adapted space in April 2020 to meet the first surge of Covid-19. The MetaSpace unit continues to support inpatient medical care and emergency department observation.

Medical space solutions.