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Projects • Sibley Memorial Hospital

Sibley Memorial Hospital

Northwest, Washington, DC

The new Sibley Memorial Hospital includes 200 spacious, all-private rooms, a new emergency department with fast track facilities, a comprehensive decontamination facility, 18 labor and delivery suites, facilities for 4,500 newborn deliveries, a special care nursery, 50 post-partum rooms, a new medical oncology, a 35-bay infusion center, and a new surgical facilities to include pre- and post-operative holding rooms.

SSR facilitated the nurse call demonstration, education and selection for the new hospital. In 2014, Sibley Memorial Hospital worked with SSR for assistance with construction administration and communication system consultation. SSR also helped with identifying, locating, and tracking of IT equipment from the existing hospital to the new hospital. SSR’s clinical consulting group was engaged in 2015 to assist with the evaluation of current workflow processes, and design new processes for the new space. Listed below are the services engaged for clinical consulting:

  • Full evaluation of emergency department service line, workflow, business and operations, metrics and staffing with recommendations and optimization related to the new ED design and workflow strategy
  • Staff engagement, education, and transition planning for the new emergency department
  • Strategic plan for the new Sibley Tower to ensure alignment of current clinical processes and departments with new design and care delivery model
  • Evaluation and assessment of each department of the current hospital with a documented plan for staff, workflow, education, and transition planning
  • Consulting for best practices in healthcare delivery and transition planning for successful activation
  • Identification of gaps and education of contemporary industry standards and practices
  • Development of interprofessional platform for clinical integration and operational efficiency of all ancillary departments and community services
  • Project management for transition planning preparedness


  • Johns Hopkins Medicine

Project Completion

  • 2016


Project Size

  • 460,000 SF