Rex Healthcare Heart & Vascular Hospital
Rex Healthcare, a member of UNC Health Care, is a private, not-for-profit health care system. Rex Healthcare is currently consolidating their services into a new state-of-the-art Heart and Vascular Hospital and renovations to the existing facility.
The Heart & Vascular Hospital project comprises a ten-story bed tower with adjacent four-story diagnostic and treatment building connected to the northwest quadrant of the existing hospital. It consists of 114 licensed beds, including 72 step-down/telemetry beds, a 20-bed cardiovascular intensive care unit (CVICU), and 22 acuity-adaptable beds. Diagnostic and treatment procedure spaces include six cath labs, two electrophysiology labs, two interventional radiology labs, two hybrid ORs, a 10-bed PACU, and a 47-bed prep recovery unit.
Rex Healthcare hired EDI to provide Technology Consulting services.
- Architect: Watkins Hamilton Ross Architects (WHR)
- MEP: RMF Engineering
- Contractor: Skanska
As the technology consultant, EDI provided technology programming and planning services for the following systems:
- Cabling System
- Overhead Paging System
- Audio-visual Systems
- Time and Attendance Clock System
- Television Signal Distribution
- Access Control
- Video Surveillance
- Emergency Call System in parking areas
- Duress Alarm
- Security Intercom
- Intrusion detection
- Nurse Call
- Synchronized Clocks
- Distributed Antenna System
289,000 SF expansion, 52,000 SF renovation, and 800-car parking garage
$160 million (heart hospital), $20 million (parking deck)