Weill Cornell Surgical Practice Master Plan, Expansion, and Renovation

The Renovation and Expansion of the Department of Surgery encompasses space distributed over two floors in four wings of the New York Presbyterian Hospital Cornell campus at 68th Street. Dattner Architects developed a master plan that reorganized existing facilities and expanded the department into adjacent space. This phased master plan creates a cohesive, unified and distinguished identity for the Department of Surgery; provides a clear sense of entry; and encourages and facilitates collaboration and a collective sense of exploration and discovery among the department’s specialties.

Phase I includes the primary entrance, reception and waiting areas, exam rooms, and a physician education conference room. Phase II, Center for Advanced Digestive Care, features administrative, bariatrics and colorectal suites. Phase III, Skills Acquisition and Innovation Laboratory (SAIL), features a surgical simulation suite. Future phases IV and V will address academic and administrative space needs on the 7th and 8th floors.
Location
New York
Year of completion
2008
Client
• New York-Presbyterian The University Hospitals of Columbia and Cornell
• Cornell Surgical Associates Department of Surgery

Area
47,000 sf