Master Facilities Plan
Upgrading to Meet Community Needs
As EvergreenHealth has grown, we continuously evaluate the changing needs of our patients and community – while also carefully assessing aging infrastructure and facilities that must be upgraded to meet these needs, safely, well into the future.
Now, with increasing preference for our services, a growing community and an aging population who are living longer and needing more care and services, advancing our Master Facilities Plan is more crucial than ever.
Our Master Facilities Plan was developed to ensure that we continue to provide the best possible care in an environment of absolute safety. It was the outcome of 18 months of planning, and was approved by our Board of Commissioners in 2016.
It is designed to help ensure that:
- EvergreenHealth Medical Center is safe should a disaster occur
- Our physical plant and facilities support are well-equipped to provide the safest environment for our patients and staff
- We can accommodate the rapid growth and increasing health care needs of our community
The Master Facility Plan is based on what we know today, and while changing circumstances in the coming years may cause us to adjust the specifics and timing of the plan, this long-term plan is essential to support our vision and preserve our mission.
The 10-year plan charts a course through, and perhaps beyond, 2026.
Phase One (2017 – 2018)
Accomplished so far:
- Build-out of the 4th and 5th floors in DeYoung Pavilion to create the EvergreenHealth Neuroscience, Spine and Orthopedic Institute. Musculoskeletal and Orthopedic practices moved into the institute, forming one integrated center of excellence.
- A new 31-bed Progressive Care Unit on 5-Silver
- A new 31-bed Medical Surgical Unit on 4-Silver
- A new Kenmore facility offering primary and urgent care, lab, imaging, 3D mammography and physical therapy
- A new Mill Creek facility offering urgent care, lab and imaging
- Plant upgrades (air handlers and utility redundancy technology, etc.) to support the additional capacity created by additional spaces.
- Expanded Cath Lab/Interventional Radiology
- Expansion of the Canyon Park primary care practice
Phase Two (2019 – 2020)
Accomplished so far:
- New Intensive Care Unit. Opened July 2021.
- New Urgent Care location at Totem Lake.
- Updated Family Maternity Center. Construction started in July 2021 with anticipated completion in November of 2022.
Phases Three, Four and Five
Plans for phases Three (2020-2022), Four (2020-2023) and Five (2023-2026) are being updated.