East Hampton Emergency Department (Coming in 2022)

East Hampton Emergency Department Plans In Formation

Architectural:

  • Building Areas:
    • Emergency Department – 23,830 SF
    • Ambulance Garage: – 810 SF
    • Em. Generator Enclosure – 456 SF
  • Building Coverage 13% ( 50% allowable in CI district)
  • Total Lot coverage 53% (75% allowable in CI District) includes paving and buildings
  • Parking for 57 visitors and 15 staff (reduced count from previously for athletic fields)
  • 6,450 SF of Solar Panels will offset use of electrical from utility company
  • Clearstories harvest natural light
  • Connection to nature through glazed waiting area
  • Visitor plaza and garden near main entrance
  • Employee patio in rear
  • Large Open Waiting promoting connection to nature and out of doors
  • Day lighting through clerestory
  • Use of healthy materials throughout interior minimizing use of PVC and chemical off-gassing
  • Screening of mechanical equipment hidden from public view on roof
  • Plans for proposed Helistop to evacuate patients in critical condition or with critical needs

Medical Program:

Emergency Department:

The proposed building will contain 10 emergency Treatment Rooms and a resuscitation/ procedure room. The following comprises the makeup of Emergency Treatment Rooms:
(1) OB Gyn Treatment Room

(1) Normal Isolation Room

(1) Bariatric room with Cardiac Observation and Isolation Room capabilities*

(2) General Exam Treatment Rooms

(1) Ophthalmology Exam Treatment Room

(2) General Fast Track Treatment Rooms

(1) Pediatric Fast Track Treatment Room

*All Emergency Treatment except Ophthalmology rooms will be provided with physiological monitoring capabilities.

Diagnostic and Testing:

  • Blood Draw and Specimen Collection
  • Stat Lab shared with Emergency Services
  • Imaging (1 each of the following rooms)
    • X-Ray,
    • CT Scan,
    • Bone Densitometry
    • Ultrasound,
    • Mammography
    • Space for a future MRI

Site/Civil:

  • Storm drainage all kept on site through re-charge basins
  • Sanitary system is advanced low nitrogen treatment system
  • Efficient parking and drives to reduce pavement
  • Reconfiguration of roundabout to improve traffic pattern ont to site from Pantigo Place
  • Use of public water supply
  • Maintaining EXISTING DRAINAGE PATTERNS
  • Reconfiguring entrance to site removing roundabout
  • Reserved land for future bike path
  • Tree preservation
  • Funding of baseball diamond re-location
  • Curbless ROADWAY AND PARKING DESIGN PROMOTING no addition to existing storm system
  • Cleansing of storm water using mother earth and plant materials
  • Car Charging stations for electric vehicles
  • Buffered from surrounding neighbors by commercial facilities and water tower land and LIRR
  • Dark Sky Compliant site and parking lighting

Landscape:

  • Re-foresting site that was previously open for baseball fields
  • Net gain of approximately 130 trees with a loss of only 6 trees
  • 55 evergreen
  • 30 flowering trees
  • 50 Deciduous trees
  • A Rain Garden is provided in a portion of the site, which will collect a portion of the rainwater which will connect to groundwater re-charge.
  • Using native plants following the town of East Hampton guide for the local eco Habitat using species to blend in as much as possible with local flora
  • Bike Racks will be provided
  • An open grassed activity area will be provided for staff use and occasional events
  • Maintained landscape buffer along Long Island Railroad to the north

East Hampton Emergency Department Plans In Formation

Architectural:

  • Building Areas:
    • Emergency Department – 23,830 SF
    • Ambulance Garage: – 810 SF
    • Em. Generator Enclosure – 456 SF
  • Building Coverage 13% ( 50% allowable in CI district)
  • Total Lot coverage 53% (75% allowable in CI District) includes paving and buildings
  • Parking for 57 visitors and 15 staff (reduced count from previously for athletic fields)
  • 6,450 SF of Solar Panels will offset use of electrical from utility company
  • Clearstories harvest natural light
  • Connection to nature through glazed waiting area
  • Visitor plaza and garden near main entrance
  • Employee patio in rear
  • Large Open Waiting promoting connection to nature and out of doors
  • Day lighting through clerestory
  • Use of healthy materials throughout interior minimizing use of PVC and chemical off-gassing
  • Screening of mechanical equipment hidden from public view on roof
  • Plans for proposed Helistop to evacuate patients in critical condition or with critical needs

Medical Program:

Emergency Department:

The proposed building will contain 10 emergency Treatment Rooms and a resuscitation/ procedure room. The following comprises the makeup of Emergency Treatment Rooms:
(1) OB Gyn Treatment Room

(1) Normal Isolation Room

(1) Bariatric room with Cardiac Observation and Isolation Room capabilities*

(2) General Exam Treatment Rooms

(1) Ophthalmology Exam Treatment Room

(2) General Fast Track Treatment Rooms

(1) Pediatric Fast Track Treatment Room

*All Emergency Treatment except Ophthalmology rooms will be provided with physiological monitoring capabilities.

Diagnostic and Testing:

  • Blood Draw and Specimen Collection
  • Stat Lab shared with Emergency Services
  • Imaging (1 each of the following rooms)
    • X-Ray,
    • CT Scan,
    • Bone Densitometry
    • Ultrasound,
    • Mammography
    • Space for a future MRI

Site/Civil:

  • Storm drainage all kept on site through re-charge basins
  • Sanitary system is advanced low nitrogen treatment system
  • Efficient parking and drives to reduce pavement
  • Reconfiguration of roundabout to improve traffic pattern ont to site from Pantigo Place
  • Use of public water supply
  • Maintaining EXISTING DRAINAGE PATTERNS
  • Reconfiguring entrance to site removing roundabout
  • Reserved land for future bike path
  • Tree preservation
  • Funding of baseball diamond re-location
  • Curbless ROADWAY AND PARKING DESIGN PROMOTING no addition to existing storm system
  • Cleansing of storm water using mother earth and plant materials
  • Car Charging stations for electric vehicles
  • Buffered from surrounding neighbors by commercial facilities and water tower land and LIRR
  • Dark Sky Compliant site and parking lighting

Landscape:

  • Re-foresting site that was previously open for baseball fields
  • Net gain of approximately 130 trees with a loss of only 6 trees
  • 55 evergreen
  • 30 flowering trees
  • 50 Deciduous trees
  • A Rain Garden is provided in a portion of the site, which will collect a portion of the rainwater which will connect to groundwater re-charge.
  • Using native plants following the town of East Hampton guide for the local eco Habitat using species to blend in as much as possible with local flora
  • Bike Racks will be provided
  • An open grassed activity area will be provided for staff use and occasional events
  • Maintained landscape buffer along Long Island Railroad to the north