Rendering via Cobalt Medical Development

Cobalt Medical Breaks Ground on $22 Million Mid-City Rehab Facility

by • May 22, 2014 • Healthcare, Mid-CityComments (0)542

 

Rendering via Cobalt Medical Development

Rendering via Cobalt Medical Development

Cobalt Medical Development, the Dallas-based private healthcare real estate development and investment company, broke ground on a new healthcare rehabilitation facility.

The $22 Million development will result in a state-of-the-art medical facility and rehabilitation hospital treating traumatic brain injuries, concussions, Parkinson’s Disease, in addition to other in- and out-patient services.

 Cobalt will house 60 private inpatient beds, inpatient and outpatient programs and upscale hotel-like amenities. The hospital will be located on an exceptional site in the center of the Mid-City neighborhood, in a prime location for referral’s other medical facilities, including the new LSU Medical Center and Veteran Administration hospital currently under construction.

 The new two-story physical rehabilitation hospital will be approximately 64,000 square feet.  The first floor will consist of a full service kitchen, dining area, administration offices, materials management, loading dock, x-ray room, emergency room/department, lab, speech therapy area, lobby and a 16 bed Traumatic Brain injury unit. 

The second floor will consist of 44 beds, associated support and pharmacy.  The patio will include a covered trellis area with an ambulation course.  The patient rooms will include small hotel-type safes as well as iPads to measure the quality of patient and guest satisfaction.  Some of the patient rooms will also include built in couches and beds along the windows.  The hospital will be designed to create a hotel-like experience for each patient, allowing them to receive the highest quality in rehabilitative care.  The facility will open in summer of 2015.

Construction of the project demands 165 construction jobs and the facility itself will create 165 permanent jobs in three years.  The permanent jobs will range from physical therapists to speech therapists to nurses and nurse assistants.  There will also be a number of employees in the food service industries and grounds maintenance.

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