St. Bernard Parish Hospital overview


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Scheduled to open in September 2012, St. Bernard Parish Hospital will bring quality healthcare back home to St. Bernard Parish. It also promises to serve as a catalyst for economic and community recovery in an area of Louisiana that was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.

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St. Bernard Parish Hospital overview

  1. 1. Bringing quality healthcare back to St. Bernard
  2. 2. St. Bernard Parish Hospital, opening in September 2012, promises toserve as an anchoring and stabilizing force in healthcare in St. Bernard Parish and as a major catalyst for economic and community recovery.
  3. 3. “Every detail of thiscutting-edge facility isbeing designed withpatient and familycomfort, continuum ofcare and medical efficiencyas primary objectives.” –Wayne J. Landry, Chairman,St. Bernard Parish HospitalService District Wayne J. Landry, Chairman, St. Bernard Hospital Service District, addresses the crowd at July 31, 2012, Ribbon Cutting/Open House
  4. 4. St. Bernard Parish Hospital ServiceDistrict Board: Wayne J. Landry, Chairman George Cavignac, Vice Chairman John Gray, Secretary Jim DiFatta, Treasurer Andrew Sercovich, Member
  5. 5. The SBPH Medical Executive Committee iscomprised of: Abdolreza Vadiee, M.D., Chief of Staff Mace Scott, M.D., Vice Chief of Staff Mark Jenkins II, M.D., Secretary/Treasurer Bryan Bertucci, M.D., Immediate Past Chief of Staff John Hamide, M.D., Department Chairman of Medicine Kelvin Contreary, M.D., Department Chairman of Surgery Paul Verrette, M.D., Chief Medical Officer
  6. 6. St. Bernard Parish Hospital8000 West Judge Perez Drive, Chalmette, LA 70043
  7. 7. A 60,000 sq. ft. medical office building adjacent to thehospital makes the campus the core provider forthe healthcare needs of St. Bernard Parish.
  8. 8. The 60,000 sq. ft. medicaloffice building adjacent tothe hospital will includethe St. BernardCommunity Health Center,SBPH hospitaladministrative offices andseveral physicianpractices.It is scheduled to open inFall 2012.
  9. 9. “St. Bernard Parish Hospitalwill play a huge role in theeconomic and communityrecovery of the area.The construction of thehospital and adjoining medicaloffice building has been 100%funded through grants, taxcredits and state capital outlaydollars.” – Wayne J. Landry,Chairman, St. Bernard ParishHospital Service District
  10. 10. July 31, 2012, Ribbon Cutting/Open House
  11. 11. Hospital ServicesSBPH will offer an array of services to meet thehealthcare needs of St. Bernard Parish, including: Cardiopulmonary Department Emergency Department Food & Nutrition Department Infection Prevention/Control Laboratory Department Medical Imaging Services Med-Surg/Telemetry Unit Pharmacy Department Surgery/ICU Department
  12. 12. “We are all working hard to assure thatevery element of our hospital exceedsthe highest industry standards. Thisincludes hiring quality employeescompetent in their field of work anddemonstrating exceptional customerservice skills.” –Tim Burke, CEO, St. Bernard ParishHospital
  13. 13. The 40-bed, 113,000square foot facility willfeature: 32 general medical/surgical beds 8 intensive care beds 4 operating suites cardiac cath lab 2 endoscopy suites 10-bed emergency department medical imaging laboratory in-house pharmacy food & nutritional services
  14. 14. First Floor Reception & Admitting Emergency Department Medical Imaging Services Gift Shop Café & Dining Room Patient Medical Records Support Services
  15. 15. Front entrance greeting area
  16. 16. Walk-in Emergency Room entrance.
  17. 17. SBPH’s 10-bed Emergency Department
  18. 18. The Emergency Department’s 10-bed unit will be staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days per year.
  19. 19. The SBPH team ofInterventional and Boardcertified radiologists andhighly trained staff will usestate-of-the-art medicalimaging equipment to providethe following services: CTScan; Magnetic ResonanceImaging (MRI); Ultrasound;Breast MRI; Digitalmammography; Bone Density;Nuclear Medicine; Digital X-ray; and InterventionalRadiology.
  20. 20. “With the patient and their loved ones in mind, we’re doing everything we can to de-institutionalize the look and feel of the hospital.” – Wayne J. Landry, Chairman, St. Bernard Parish Hospital Service district.Hospital lobby, floor-to-ceilingwindows allow for natural light.
  21. 21. The SBPH cafeteria will be open to visitors, staff and thegeneral public from Mon-Fri, 7 AM – 2 PM. Hot breakfast will be served from 7 AM – 9 AM and continental breakfast will remain available until 10:30 AM. The cafeteria will serve lunch, including daily specials, from 11 AM – 2 PM.
  22. 22. Second Floor 4 Operating Rooms 8 Pre-OP Rooms 8 Recovery Rooms Laboratory Services Pharmacy Services 8 Intensive Care Rooms 2 Endoscopy Suites Information Technology The Chapel
  23. 23. “We’ve designed all elements of the interior of the hospital to be as efficient as possible for the medical staff to treat patients.” – Wayne J. Landry, Chairman, St. Bernard Parish Hospital Service DistrictSt. Bernard Medical Society sneak preview/openhouse took place on July 30, 2012
  24. 24. “The design team has focused on providingstate-of-the art medical technology and ondetails such as reducing the number of stepsthat it takes for a medical professional to gofrom point-A to point-B when caring for apatient.” -- Wayne J. Landry, Chairman, St. BernardParish Hospital Service District
  25. 25. Under the leadership of CNO Maria Albright, MSN, APRN, ACNS-BC (2nd from left), the clinical staff includes nursing, pharmacy, radiology, nutritional services and laboratory staff.
  26. 26. The SBPH laboratory will be staffed 24/7 with Louisiana State Licensed Medical Technologists or Technicians
  27. 27. With lessons learned from Katrina, hospital generators, diesel fuel tanks and operating systems are located on the 2nd floor, 25’+ above ground
  28. 28. Hospital air conditionercompressors are also located onthe 2nd floor, 25’+ above ground
  29. 29. Archbishop Gregory Aymond, Archdiocese of NewOrleans, blessed the facility and chapel during his visit to SBPH on July 31, 2012.The donated stained glass piece was designed in 1925.
  30. 30. Third Floor 32 Mixed Use Patient Rooms 2 Conference Rooms
  31. 31. The SBPH Med-Surg/Telemetry Unit will maintain 32 private patient rooms.
  32. 32. St. Bernard Parish Hospital’s Infection Prevention and Epidemiology Departments’ primary goal is toeliminate or minimize the risk of Healthcare Acquired Infections, or HAIs
  33. 33. “Wide hallways, larger rooms, flat screen TVs andsofter light in patient room areas give the hospital aluxury hotel feel.” – Wayne J. Landry, Chairman, St. BernardParish Hospital Service District
  34. 34. Patient room, 3rd floor. The hospital facility has been designed to quickly and cost-effectively add a 4th floor upon need.
  35. 35. “St. Bernard Parish Hospital is one of the most significanteconomic development projects in St. Bernard Parish history.Aside from the pure benefit of having a state of the art facilityto provide healthcare to St. Bernard and the surroundingParishes, St. Bernard Parish Hospital will ultimately providehundreds of professional jobs, as well as provide anopportunity for expansion and development of just aboutevery other sector of the economy.”– Stephen Reuther, CEO, St. Bernard Chamber of Commerce
  36. 36. Follow our progress on Facebook(, Twitter (@StBPHospital) & LinkedIn