University of Southern California2018-10-25T17:21:57+00:00

Project Description

University of Southern California

University of Southern California

Improved Access = Increased Satisfaction

With a focus on internal medicine, this USC clinic location adds new services, including cardiac stress testing, orthopedic surgery, imaging and digital mammography, urology, and pharmacy services to its current slate of medical specialties. The location, which offers both same-day and after-hours appointments, features nine exam rooms, one procedure room, one mammography room, one imaging room, and one cardiac testing room, as well as a pharmacy tailored to the specific needs of the patients of Keck Medicine of USC-Downtown Los Angeles.

The design of the tenant upfit reflects the existing historic shell building’s warehouse loft-like character by maximizing ceiling heights in corridors. Ceiling heights and materials are varied throughout the public spaces to enliven the patient experience with a design nod to the historic urban neighborhood. Translucent glass and glass clerestories create a feeling of spaciousness and openness throughout the facility, and a rich palette of finish materials creates a comforting environment for patients and staff.

LET’S DISCUSS YOUR PROJECT

Project Details

REGION

Los Angeles, CA

SIZE

7,500 sf

Improved Access = Increased Satisfaction

With a focus on internal medicine, this USC clinic location adds new services, including cardiac stress testing, orthopedic surgery, imaging and digital mammography, urology, and pharmacy services to its current slate of medical specialties. The location, which offers both same-day and after-hours appointments, features nine exam rooms, one procedure room, one mammography room, one imaging room, and one cardiac testing room, as well as a pharmacy tailored to the specific needs of the patients of Keck Medicine of USC-Downtown Los Angeles.

The design of the tenant upfit reflects the existing historic shell building’s warehouse loft-like character by maximizing ceiling heights in corridors. Ceiling heights and materials are varied throughout the public spaces to enliven the patient experience with a design nod to the historic urban neighborhood. Translucent glass and glass clerestories create a feeling of spaciousness and openness throughout the facility, and a rich palette of finish materials creates a comforting environment for patients and staff.

LET’S DISCUSS YOUR PROJECT

Project Details

REGION

Los Angeles, CA

SIZE

7,500 sf

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