Veterans Affairs Primary Care Space Renovation
Mountain Home, Tennessee
The new $756,000 primary care suit accommodates higher patient volumes while delivering a more personal patient-centered care. The teamlet design allows each veteran to remain in one designated treatment room, while a variety of specialists move throughout the space to meet with their patients more efficiently. This project renovated approximately 4,500 sft into multipurpose waiting rooms, exam rooms, administrative office space, restrooms, and other patient care-related space functions. This project was designed and documented for LEED CI Silver Standards.
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