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December 12, 2016
MultiCare Behavioral Health and Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital have a new mental health center for teens.
The 17,700-square-foot, 27-bed hospital unit is named Mary Bridge Adolescent Behavioral Health at Tacoma General. It is on the first floor of Rainer Tower at MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital, overlooking Wright Park.
The center is designed to be a modern, inviting space with private rooms and open social areas. It includes state-of-the-art safety features to protect patients and staff.
Treatment is geared toward short-term stays; many of these patients now seek treatment in emergency rooms. The center treats conditions such as major depression, anxiety disorders, psychosis, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Owners: MultiCare Behavioral Health and Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital
Architect: Clark/Kjos Architects
General contractor: Abbott Construction
Structural engineer: PCS
Electrical engineer: BCE Engineers
Design-build mechanical: McKinstry
Design-build electrical: Ken Bobko Electric
MEP consultant: Mazzetti
Interiors: Erdenberger Design Group
Framing/GWB: Western Partitions
Acoustical ceiling tile: Story Acoustics
Floor coverings: G&W Commercial Interiors
Fire sprinklers: Patriot Fire Protection
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