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Project Case 1


Nuclear Medicine Department - Relocation

The existing Emergency Department in the basement of California Pacific Medical Center (Pacific Campus) needed significantly more space. In order to accomplish this, a new home had to be found for the adjacent Nuclear Medicine Department. The Nuclear Medicine Department was subsequently moved to the second floor to the under-utilized Cardiology administration area, which was demolished to accommodate the move.

The design team moved one Gamma Camera, replaced two Gamma Cameras with new, and used this opportunity to expand the department to include a new Pet CT. The project also included an updated hot lab with new dedicated exhaust to the roof, which involved finding a pathway up through four floors of the active hospital. Significant structural and mechanical infrastructure upgrades were also required in order to support the new imaging equipment.

Project plan

Charles E. Williams Pet/CT Scanner exam room

Patient entrance

Gamma Camera exam room

Gamma Camera exam room