AMBULATORY HEALTH CARE CENTER
Project Size and Construction Cost
199,731 GSF and $28.6 million
Sherlock, Smith & Adams was selected to design the largest ambulatory health care center ever undertaken by the United States Air Force. The facility represents a new direction in military health care design. The approximate 200,000 square foot facility provides outpatient medical and dental services for the base population, and for retired military personnel living in Central Alabama.
The mission/Mediterranean style structure features a traditional design consistent with existing base architecture. The building’s exterior incorporates a combination of buff and rust colored brick and stone, along with a mission style red tile roof. The building’s interior is organized around an atrium, which welcomes patients and guests into the facility.
Administrator’s suite; medical library; nursing administration; resource management; personnel; information management; plans, ops, & medical intel; patient administration; logistics; primary care clinic; flight medicine; immunizations; dermatology clinic; neurology clinic; internal medicine clinic; pediatrics clinic; general surgery clinic; urology clinic; orthopedics/podiatry clinic; ENT/audiology clinic; ophthalmology/optometry clinic; obstetrics/gynecology clinic; preventive/occupational medicine; psychiatry; physical therapy/occupational therapy; pharmacy; imaging service; nuclear medicine; pathology; central sterile supply; surgical services; patient affairs; dentistry; mechanical/electrical spaces