New Stanford Healthcare outpatient building opens in Redwood City

The facility recently celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

June 28, 2018 |
Stanford Health Pavilion D

Courtesy Stanford Health Care

The new three-story, 90,000-sf Stanford Medicine Outpatient Center, Pavilion D facility recently opened in Redwood City and will include an expanded Orthopedic Clinic, Digestive Health Center, Pelvic Health Center, Endoscopy Procedure Suite, and Imaging.

The new Digestive Health Center will enable the colocation of the gastroenterology, liver and surgery clinics with a nine-procedure endoscopy suite. The Pelvic health Center will serve patients with urologic, gynecologic and general surgery needs in an interdisciplinary environment.

The building’s design allows for specialists across different practices to be grouped together in the center of each clinic pod. These collaborative workspaces foster discussions and consults. The interior layout and finishes all embody this team approach to patient care by making it easier for doctors to collaborate and for patients to have a smooth, seamless care experience.

Patient-focused features include spacious exam rooms with extra-wide exam chairs, consultation rooms for telemedicine visits, a health library, and private surgery prep rooms. The building also features curated artwork, abundant natural light, and a neutral color palette.

Pavilion D connects with Pavilion C and the rest of the Redwood City Outpatient Center.

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