War Memorial Replacement Hospital | Healthcare Design Magazine

Valley Health and War Memorial Hospital officials broke ground on a $30 million replacement hospital and medical office building in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. The new 87,000-square-foot facility will offer 25 acute care/skilled beds and 16 long-term care beds, an expanded emergency department, more space for outpatient services, and upgraded technologies.rn
The project is designed to achieve LEED silver certification from the US Green Building Council. The replacement hospital is being constructed on an 80.5-acre site along Fairview Drive in Berkeley Springs, approximately 1.5 miles from the current facility.rnrnHoward Shockey & Sons, Inc, of Winchester, VA is the Construction Manager. Perkins+Will is the project architect.rnrnThe new hospital and medical office building complex will be completed in the spring of 2012. rnrnWar Memorial Hospital was purchased by Valley Health in April after being managed by Valley Health since 1989.