Nursing Homes & Medical Facilities
When it comes to patient care facilities, you can be confident you will get the design and build you want with Northstar. We understand the balance between comfort and function, making sure the spaces we build are both easy to use for the patients and equally easy to service and maintain for the medical personnel. Take a look at these projects we completed for these nursing homes and other medical facilities.
Chapel Hill Nursing & Rehabilitation
Northstar has been honored to provide many different design/build renovations to this nursing home. These projects include designing and installing efficient, modern shower rooms for the residents within the confines of the existing floor plan and providing a new business office on the busy main corridor. All work was performed while the facility was at full capacity with no disruptions to the daily operations.
Maplewood Nursing & Rehabilitation
During a walk-through, the owner’s representative outlined the company’s vision of an upgraded floor for their rehabilitation residents. Based on this narrative, we created a floor plan and selected materials to match this vision. We then proceeded with the renovations two rooms at a time to minimize loss of revenue. Satisfied with out craftsmanship and customer service, the owner then asked us to perform similar renovations on their other properties, including Tucker House and York Nursing & Rehabilitation.
Columbia Sleep Center
Columbia Sleep Center is a medical facility for the study and treatment of sleeping disorders commissioned by the Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Associates of Columbia. The owner wanted to create an overnight facility for his patients with the look and feel of a nice hotel, while maintaining the functionality of a high-tech medical facility. We worked closely with our partner Architect to transform an existing office space into the first-class medical facility the doctor ordered!
York Nursing and Rehabilitation
Northstar undertook the renovation of the rehabilitation wing of this residential care facility while the wing remained occupied. Each residential room was completely renovated including flooring, wall coverings, paint, new energy efficient windows, new lighting, and new bathroom fixtures and finishes. Each room was vacated for less than five days to allow for minimal down-time during the renovations. Concurrently, the main hallway, nurses station, and dining room for this wing were also renovated to provide a fresh, clean appearance. This provides the short term rehabilitation clients the atmosphere of a hotel rather than a nursing home.