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About Geauga Regional Hospital.
Founded in 1952 and beginning formal operations in 1959, Geauga Regional Hospital is a 226-bed, non-profit acute care facility providing a full range of services to residents in Geauga, Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Lake, Portage and Trumbull counties in Northeast Ohio. The hospital’s parent system includes a broad network of primary care physicians, specialists, outpatient centers, hospitals and related health care delivery services at more than 110 locations in 55 communities.
Geauga was growing fast and needed to attract and hold increasingly skilled specialists. Their critical need was for office space and a conference center to support patient care. Operating in a densely populated area, they needed to “shoe horn” the new facility into a small space between other buildings. And the budget was as tight as the space.
Geauga chose Medbuild to facilitate the process. Medbuild in turn chose Whitley for the collaboration and soon a 5,000 square foot office complex with conference facilities was completed. The building was linked to existing hospital facilities via fire-rated corridors. The total construction period was approximately 140 days and provided a building foot print that saved existing trees and landscaping, and that was built off-site and crane-set to reduce construction disruption.