This major addition dramatically expanded the Surgery Department, added a Medical Office Building and provided a contiguous connection to three separate hospital services. As defined by the Campus Master Plan, this completed Holy Family’s reorientation of all outpatient services to the north side of the campus. The 27,000-square-foot Surgery Department addition provides four 670-square-foot operating rooms and an 18-station PACU, and relocated the pre-operative and phase 2 post-operative rooms to serve both the inpatient and outpatient surgeries. This configuration also allows the pre- and post-operative rooms maximum flexibility as the patient population fluctuates during the day. The project also remodeled the Oncology Department to interface with the new outpatient orientation. A new four-story, 65,700-square-foot Medical Office Building, directly connected to the new hospital and new entry, provides physician clinical space on this side of the campus and continues the outpatient emphasis. The building’s exterior represents a new contemporary design that respects Holy Family Hospital’s existing materials and character.