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Interior Renderings Gallery

The images shown below are renderings of the interior of the new Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC in Pittsburgh’s Lawrenceville community.

Patient Room

All patient rooms are private and designed to create a home-like environment. Using bright colors and soft fabrics, the rooms give patients and their families a sense of normalcy and comfort. Each room has a sleeping space and work area to accommodate parents.

 


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Transformation Corridor

Changing lives for the better is what our new hospital is all about. Through the use of wireless networking, environmentally friendly materials and processes, and a dedication to family-centered care, our new Children’s will inspire positive transformation for all who pass through our doors.

 


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Ambulatory Waiting Area

The Ambulatory Waiting Area resides on the third floor of the new hospital and will be the new home to many of our outpatient and ambulatory care services. We’ve designed this area to be warm and welcoming, where children and parents can relax and feel comfortable.

 


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Chapel

Our non-denominational chapel offers respite and spiritual support 24 hours a day.

 


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Playroom

A much-needed escape in the form of toys, videos, books and games awaits patients in our cheery, comfortable and fun playrooms located on every patient floor.

 


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Conference Center

Located within the John G. Rangos Sr. Research Center is a 200-seat Conference Center. This center offers flexible seating and is equipped with video- and teleconferencing capabilities.

 


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Information Desk, First Floor Entrance

The first floor lobby houses our visitor Information Desk. Here, guests will sign in, receive directions to floors and take care of other visit-related activities, including paying parking fees. Colorful, larger-than-life butterflies are sure to capture the attention of the young and the young-at-heart.

 


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Last Update
February 26, 2010
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