Cost: $455 million
Size: Six floors totaling 323,600 square feet
Location: North of existing bed tower between the tower and new parking garage
Purpose: To meet demands for health care amid a growing and aging population in nine counties in Southern Oregon and Northern California. The approximately 600,000 residents in our service area depend on ARRMC for neonatology, trauma, behavioral health and other specialized services
Construction: Groundbreaking began in November 2020, with completion expected in late fall 2023
Take a 'fly-through' in the Olsrud Family Women's and Children's Hospital
Architects HDR created this animated tour through the top two floors of the pavilion, which will house the Family Birth Center, the region's only level III newborn intensive care unit, an OB Emergency Department, pediatric care and pediatric infusion.
Fun Facts Flipbook
Learn what's going into the building, floor by floor, and just how many elephants could fit inside.
Crane climb: Taking philanthropy to new heights
Join semi-retired Medford cardiologist Brian Gross, MD, 72, and cancer survivor Cameron Caldwell, 20, as they climb 172 feet up the construction crane on Oct. 29, 2021, as part of an auction item Gross purchased at this year’s Oregon Wine Experience. When complete, the new six-story hospital building will house a women's and children's hospital-within-a-hospital on the top two floors, as well as state-of-the-art operating suites and expanded critical care and cardiovascular services.
Sneak Preview: Pavilion Tour
Take a tour through the pavilion using artists' renderings of the Healing Garden, spacious lobby, outdoor seating, gift shop and more.
Construction inevitably means changes in our parking. Use our convenient shuttles and valet parking during weekday business hours.
Time-lapse video shows swift progress
The steel beams and columns are rising fast as ironworkers build the skeleton of the pavilion. Watch just how fast in this April-through-July 2021 time-lapse video by Cooks Solution Group, who donated our webcam. That same team also employs some of the most talented safecrackers in the country.
Mock operating suites provide physical sense of space
The first floor of Asante Rogue Regional’s P1 parking garage was transformed into mock, life-size operating suites for several days in July to give surgeons, nurses and other stakeholders a physical sense of what they can expect when the new, six-story patient pavilion opens in late fall 2023.
The best designs start with ideas from the front lines
Using puzzle pieces and life-size cardboard hospital rooms, Asante Rogue Regional staff spent months in design sessions deciding where to place everything from nursing stations to closets in the new pavilion.
Just for fun: Kittens rescued from construction site