Baywood Medical Center
Westlake Reed Leskosky designed a new 7-story bedtower addition, a new wing to house the imaging department, several new support buildings including a 640-space parking garage, and extensively remodeled the existing bedtower. The overriding principle behind the work was to create a user-friendly environment of healing hospitality. Hospital functions continued uninterrupted during construction with minimal disruptions to service delivery. Key issues included designing within a tight, urban campus with zoning and parking limitations while maintaining a gracious circulation flow of patients, visitors, and materials.