Our landscape design for the new Oncology Center at Willamette Valley Hospital features views to the natural environment from the treatment rooms, a fully landscaped therapeutic health track with picnic tables for visitor and staff breaks, and a donor funded birdbath and fountain.
A new ER, Imaging and Pharmacy addition provided the opportunity to re-imagine and unify the whole campus landscape. Patients now feel more connected with their natural environment through beautiful views, and visitors are greeted with a soothing water feature.
As the Landscape Architect, we defined the landscape treatments, developed the landscaping standards associated with each, provided a listing of approved plant materials for each standard. The intent was to create a uniform landscape which would be consistent regardless when a project would be built over the life of the ten-year Master Development Plan.
The Cancer Center at Samaritan is expanding its service level on the GSRMC campus. MEP will be developing numerous gardens including; a central courtyard garden with a significant water feature, natural landscaping adjacent to the treatment units (screened for privacy), entrance plaza and landscaping and a relocated labyrinth garden.
The Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center is underway with numerous expansion projects and the landscape is being improved significantly to meet the adopted standards. One of the most vital additions to the campus is the introduction of a major Healing Garden adjacent to the Main Hospital Building, Heart Center and the New Ambulatory Services Center. […]