Stanford Health Care
Stanford Health Care is an academic health system and part of Stanford Medicine, which includes the Stanford University School of Medicine and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford. Stanford Medicine is renowned for breakthroughs in treating cancer, heart disease, brain disorders and surgical and medical conditions. Stanford Health Care acquired ValleyCare in 2015 and has locations throughout the Bay Area, in addition to their main campus in Palo Alto.
Stanford Health Care hired Exante360 as their technology consultant for numerous projects, and various telecommunications construction and service activities throughout their facilities. Noteworthy is that E360 often works as the EEOR for low voltage systems under the California HCAI (formerly-OSHPD) approval process for projects under their jurisdiction.
Benefit to the Client
Stanford Health Care is in the process of modernizing and expanding their physical resources, creating an environment that can accommodate new technologies and provide the best in personalized, family-centered health care. Exante360 has been responsible for technology designs (including medical systems), HCAI submittals, and the quality control of all outgoing deliverables, allowing for greater familiarity and knowledge of Stanford requirements.
The 300 Pasteur project, in particular, has been extremely complex in that there are existing systems that have to be maintained while the construction is phased over a period of years, with each phase demolished, rebuilt, and occupied before the next phase begins (while keeping the other two phases in operation throughout). As such, there are “make ready” elements that have been processed as independent HCAI projects to keep the facility operational for each phase.
300 Pasteur Dr, Stanford, CA 94305
Voice and data network cabling infrastructure, technology distribution rooms, in-building wireless (DAS, emergency responder radio, WiFi), security (access control, video surveillance, intrusion detection), data networking, telephony, nurse call, real time location system (RTLS), infant protection, physiological monitoring/telemetry infrastructure, clock systems, patient infotainment/hospitality, overhead paging, dynamic glazing, top of door alarms.