Phoebe Digestive Health Center
One of the few gastroenterology centers in the country to offer its patients private preparation and recovery rooms, the 90,000-square-foot Phoebe Digestive Health Center was designed to provide a holistic approach to the health issues surrounding digestive diseases.
The first floor of the three-story specialty medical office building accommodates 30,000 square feet of clinical spaces, with over 30 exam rooms, consultation rooms, 12 physician offices and family areas, along with services and amenities providing preventive and educational information. The second floor, which has been designed with a special sensitivity to the need for patient privacy, is reserved for advanced treatments with eight special care procedure rooms. Rare for this type of practice, all prep and recovery rooms are completely private, with curtained glass fronts offering excellent visibility to the staff for patient observation. The third floor contains flex space for physicians and practices related specifically to digestive diseases.
The Digestive Disease Center is the third healthcare facility designed by Page for Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital’s outpatient campus, Meredyth Place, located approximately five miles from the acute care medical center. All of the facilities are set in a relaxing campus environment with a unified architectural style, walking trails, natural preserve and a central park for multi-function gatherings. The Digestive Disease Center has been designed to be consistent with the architectural vocabulary of the campus, including sloped roofs, natural stone and graceful punched windows, all placed in a beautifully landscaped setting with multiple areas for quiet reflection. While it is aesthetically tied to the campus, the facility maintains its own branding and identity as a specialized practice.