The additional services the expansion at the Siena Campus is bringing to the community will be available in the latter part of 2015.
The new five-story tower (the Dominican Tower) and its accompanying four-story parking garage will enable us to offer nearly 100 new patient beds, a new emergency room (ER) that is large enough to accommodate more than twice the number of patients as our existing ER, expanded cardiovascular and surgical services, and more.
Our expansion will provide a quiet, comfortable healing environment for patients and their loved ones as well as the space and equipment our caregivers need to fully attend to each patient.
Our commitment to filling the health care needs of our community goes beyond the new tower! Many areas in the existing hospital (now referred to as the Adrian Tower) are being expanded and upgraded, including a larger, more private admitting area, a redesigned cafeteria and kitchen, expanded lab services, dedicated oncology and mother/baby units, and more.
Just the Facts
- The nearly 500-space parking garage is open!
- The Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit expansion to 26 beds is complete.
- Five-story, 227,000+ square foot tower
- Tower will cost approximately $160 million
- Nearly 100 private rooms will be added (bringing the hospital's total to 326)
- 32 private emergency room and observation bays have been added (bringing the total to 56)
- ER treatment and Rapid Medical Assessment spaces will be expanded to over 70 rooms
- Six new operating suites will be added (bringing the total to 16)
- An expanded Cardiology Center with its own admitting and waiting areas for noninvasive procedures
- An additional Intensive Care Unit and expanded orthopedic unit
- Expanded oncology unit
- Highly utilized outpatient support service areas will be expanded, including admitting, nutrition services, radiology, lab, pharmacy and endoscopy suites.
How can you help?
Dignity Health - St. Rose Dominican is the only not-for-profit, religiously sponsored hospital system in southern Nevada. Sound financial management over the years has enabled our hospital to fund the majority of the $160 million project through hospital resources. However, those sources of funding cannot cover all of the costs for the project, including construction, investment in technology and equipment, and expanded programs and services. Investment through charitable contributions by donors is essential to cover the gap.
To learn more, please visit www.supportstrose.org or call (702) 616-5750.