BSA Lifestructures

UCHealth Greeley Hospital and Medical Center

The 23-acre UCHealth Greeley Campus is comprised of a hospital and health center that focuses on three primary goals: create a community connection, maintain a cohesive brand, and promote a healthy lifestyle.

The Hospital is a 4-story facility with 50-beds designed to expand to 152 beds. The hospital acts as a gateway into Greeley and features a branded arch-shaped roof. The design maximizes revenue generating space through a right-sized patient room and other efficiency metrics. Intensive and inpatient care, emergency, surgery, radiology, advanced cardiology, a birth center, as well as an in-house pharmacy services are included.

The hospital connects to a 3-story ambulatory health center that includes clinics, outpatient infusion, women’s imaging, physical therapy, pre-admission testing, and administration. The clinics feature a “center stage” modular clinic design composed of 10-12 prototypical exam rooms centered on a multidisciplinary care team station. A site masterplan also provides a path for future growth.

The design uses branded forms and materiality to reference the surrounding landscape and create a family of buildings. The design connect patients to nature to benefit from its physical and spiritual healing properties resulting in a holistic healing experience.

Project Statistics

  • Client UCHealth
  • Location Greeley, Colorado
  • Size 304,085 SF
  • Service Provided Architecture, Programming, Operational Planning, Medical equipment planning, Master Planning, Project Management, Interiors (hospital only)
  • Awards 2019 IIDA Healthcare Design Award: Community