Construction is now underway at South Shore University Hospital in Bay Shore, Long Island, where a six-story medical pavilion will soon take shape. Led by Northwell Health and designed by EwingCole, the 190,000-square-foot building will add 90 private patient rooms, ten operating rooms, and three procedure rooms to the sprawling hospital campus.
Renderings show the structure clad in a multi-story glass curtain wall with a new breezeway that attaches to an adjacent medical building.
“This pavilion is a symbol of what is happening here at South Shore University Hospital,” said Michael Dowling, Northwell’s president and chief executive officer. “We saw the enormous potential in this community to convert SSUH from a community hospital to a premier tertiary campus.”
Total construction costs are estimated at $468 million. The pavilion is expected to debut in 2025.