Assuta Medical Center. Ramat Hachayal, Tel Aviv
Architects: Zeidler Partnership Architects + Moore Architects + M. Brestovisky Architects & Urban Designers
International health care facility which connects the city to a park, with a two tone color scheme and angular shape giving the 500,000 sq ft building an unusual appearance. Assuta Medical Center is the largest private hospital in Israel. The building was designed by Canadian firm Zeidler Partnership Architects and Israeli architectural firms of Marcelo Brestovisky and Moore Yasky Sivan
The project adds significantly to the capacity of the existing six Assuta facilities in Israel. It is located in the northern sector of Tel Aviv on Habarzel Street and backs onto Hayarkon Park situated on the Hayarkon River.
The design features the diagnostic and treatment functions, including 16 surgical suites, 27 ICU rooms, 17 dialysis stations, 38 day surgery stations, 2 cath and non-invasive diagnostic labs on the first four levels with the major public circulation systems overlooking the park. Separated by a mechanical interstitial level, four inpatient floors sit on top with the majority of the patient rooms having views over the park and river. The new state of the art prefabricated OR suites and ICU areas are also blast and attack resistant.