11/9/2020 3:30 – 4:30 PM
In 2017, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Stanford opened its new patient care tower 10 years after the design was finalized. In 2019, the previously shelled 5th floor of the patient care tower opened its doors to the new Hem/Onc and Stem Cell units. Although a second look was taken at the original design, the units opened with many of the same features such as decentralized nurses’ stations, medication alcoves, and room set-up. This case study presentation will share nurses’ perspectives related to the topics above including their solutions, lessons learned, and pain points. They’ll discuss what they would do again, and what they wish they could still change.