Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Lunder Building press kit

COMPRISING 530,000 square feet in ten above ground and four below ground floors, the Lunder Building is a wonderful addition to the clinical facilities at the MGH campus. Occupancy is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2011. In addition to serving as a new building for clinical care at the MGH, the Lunder Building will increase inpatient capacity by 150 beds with five newfloors for hospitalized medical oncology, neuro-intensive care and neurosciences patients; provide 28 new procedure rooms and an additional number of pre- and post-procedure bays; and expand, co-locate and enhance services in cancer, the neurosciences, radiation oncology and emergency services.

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  • "$1b puts MGH in robust fund-raising health," Boston Globe, Oct. 15, 2010

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How to reference the Lunder Building

  • Formerly known as the MGH Building for the Third Century (B3C), the building should be referred to as the "Lunder Building." The building is a Massachusetts General Hospital building, not a Partners HealthCare facility.

MGH Hotline

  • A New Level of Green Building
    MGH Hotline, May 20, 2011
    The patient floors in the Lunder Building were designed for specific patient populations, such as neuroscience and cancer patients, yet the layout also allows for flexibility for other types of patients in the future.
  • Emergency Department renovates and expands to Lunder Building
    MGH Hotline, March 22, 2011
    Each year, more than 90,000 patients come to the MGH for care through the Emergency Department (ED). These patients are some of the most critical cases, requiring immediate expert care and attention. To better accommodate emergency patients and their family members, the ED will expand to the new Lunder Building in July, and existing ED spaces will undergo renovations.
  • Lunder Building 9 and 10 medical oncology floors
    MGH Hotline, March 18, 2011
    The patient floors in the Lunder Building were designed for specific patient populations, such as neuroscience and cancer patients, yet the layout also allows for flexibility for other types of patients in the future.
  • Lunder Building patient floors enhance patient- and family-oriented care
    MGH Hotline, March 11, 2011
    ALL OF THE PATIENT ROOMS in the Lunder Building are private rooms. Each of the five patient floors house 32 beds with the exception of the Lunder 6 Neuro Intensive Care Unit (Neuro ICU), which has 22 beds. All patients are centrally monitored by nurses on the floor.
  • Lunder Building fifth floor houses infrastructural hub
    MGH Hotline, Feb. 25, 2011
    In order to fit the tremendous amount of duct work, pipes and electrical, cooling and filter systems, the fifth floor is a two-story level approximately 30 feet high and 40,000 square feet.      
  • Lunder Building to "Go Live" this summer
    MGH Hotline, Feb. 18, 2011
    In preparation for the summertime transition of several hospital programs and services to the Lunder Building, the MGH Go Live Group for the new facility was established under the auspices of Jean Elrick, MD, senior vice president for Administration.    
  • MGH Lunder Building will house new Central Sterile Processing and Supplies department
    MGH Hotline, Feb. 11, 2011
    Each day MGHers use hundreds of types of surgical and procedural instruments and supplies to treat patients.    
  • New radiation oncology technologies in the Lunder Building
    MGH Hotline, Feb. 2, 2011
    While the foundation of MGH Radiation Oncology is built upon the expertise, skill and dedication of the department's staff members, the incorporation of the most advanced technologies helps to support the overall objectives of caregivers who aim to provide the best quality and safest patient care possible.    
  • Lunder Building brings medical imaging technologies to the patient
    MGH Hotline, Jan. 21, 2011
    Medical imaging technologies, which are involved in nearly every discipline at the hospital, will be a feature of the Lunder Building's procedural and operating room suites on the fourth floor and inpatient imaging suite located on the sixth floor.  
  • Materials Management at the Lunder Building
    MGH Hotline, Jan. 14, 20111
    Occupancy of the Lunder Building is scheduled to begin this summer.In addition to its environmentally friendly construction and interior design, the building will house a new centralized loading dock to serve as a hub of activity for MGH Materials Management.  
  • Pneumatic tube system ready to connect to the Lunder Building
    MGH Hotline, Dec. 3, 2010
    Thousands of MGH employees work around the clock caring for patients, handling administrative tasks and offering support services.  
  • B3CBits: B3C Building bit by bit
    MGH Hotline, Oct. 1, 2010
    During the weekend of Sept. 25, the team from Turner Construction Company installed more than 1,000 planter trays on the roof of the B3C.

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