Virtual Tour – MarinHealth – Introducing the new Oak Pavilion

Introducing the Oak Pavilion

Welcome to our new state-of-the-art hospital designed to provide you with an exceptional, patient-centered healing place.

Virtual tour

Explore 4 interactive floor plans to learn key features and design elements of our new building

KEY DEPARTMENTS BY LEVEL

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Level One
Level Three
Level Four

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Emergency & Trauma

Overview

A vital community resource, the Emergency Department (ED) at MarinHealth Medical Center offers the latest advances in facilities, equipment, and services. Our comprehensive services include treatment for life-threatening illnes and injuries of all kinds, emergency spine and brain surgery, and award-winning care for heart attack and stroke.

MarinHealth Medical Center is a Level III Trauma Center with a complete team available 24/7, including board-certified emergency physicians and other specialists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, emergency technicians, and support staff.

As the main entry point for 60% of our patients, our new ED is 3x the size of the orginal and provides a calming, comfortable environment.

Key Features

Key Team Members

Ruben Jason Current

Jason Ruben, MD
Medical Director, Emergency Services

Edward Alfrey Current

Ed Alfrey, MD
Medical Director, Trauma Services

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Michelle Tracy
MA, RN, CEN, CNML, CENP

Director, Emergency Services

 

Donor Feature

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“The Parasol Foundation Trust is honored to be a long-term supporter of MarinHealth. Philanthropy is more than the giving of money; it is about the creation of partnership. Our partnership with MarinHealth has helped to build this wonderful new facility that will provide world-class healthcare to the local community.” The Parasol Family

Imaging & Radiology

Overview

Welcome to our new diagnostic and treatment hub for collaborative care. Our new central location allows radiologists to work much more efficiently with emergency, surgical, and intensive care teams. We’ve significantly increased the footprint of Imaging & Radiology, allowing us to move the majority of our technology inside, so services are faster and more convenient for our patients.

Key Features

Key Team Members

Adam Nevitt

Adam Nevitt, MD
Medical Director, Imaging & Radiology

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Mike Watson
Manager, Imaging & Radiology

Donor Feature

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“The Violich Family feels strongly that our community should have access to a state of the art, progressive healthcare system.  We have chosen to specifically support Imaging & Radiology to provide MarinHealth physicians the best diagnostic tools available to treat their patients.”
The Violich Family

Garden & Terrace Spaces

Overview

Welcome to one of the many natural spaces here at MarinHealth Medical Center. Our gardens and other outdoor areas play a very important role in creating a healing environment for our patients, their families, and anyone else who comes through our doors. Like everything in the Oak Pavilion, they have been specially designed to maximize natural sunlight, which has proven to promote patient recovery and overall health. Many of these areas provide an additional healing space for families to meet with each other or with their care teams. Enjoy the serenity and natural environments that our healing gardens have to offer.

Key Features

Key Team Members

Cumming Susan

Susan Cumming, MD
Medical Director, Quality, Safety, Risk Management 

Anna Sellenriek

Anna Sellenriek
Executive Director, Patient Experience 

Donor Feature

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“Supporting excellent healthcare facilities in our community has always been a priority for the Lakeview Foundation, which is why we made MarinHealth Medical Center a priority. We are proud to have helped make this brand new, state-of-the-art facility a reality.”
– The Lakeview Foundation

Intensive Care (ICU)

Overview:

Our highest acuity patients have the benefit of our seasoned critical care experts in a state-of-the-art environment. We’ve nearly doubled our ICU capacity, bringing our room/bed total to 27, with 19 new ICU beds here in the Oak Pavilion. Well designed spaces enable patients to receive all the care they need, without having to be moved.

Key Features

Key Team Members

Nisam Merrill

Merrill Nisam
MD, FCCP, FACP

Medical Director, Critical Care & Respiratory Therapy

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Matthew Mullis
BSN, RN, CNML

Director, Critical Care Services, Float Pool, Centralized Patient 

Donor Feature

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“In honor of the healers who selflessly meet the critical care needs of our community.”
Nancy P. and Rich K. Robbins Family Foundation

Surgery & Procedures: Interventional Platforms

Overview

Our new operating suites provide amazing flexibility and enable seamless collaboration for our surgical experts. The suites are extremely spacious, allowing plenty of room for teams to move freely, and for complex equipment to be housed conveniently and securely. Built-in ceiling booms hold sophisticated instruments and technology so it’s ready when needed. Everything is movable so rooms can be assembled into various configurations, based on the procedure and team. The new suites can accommodate traditional surgery, as well minimally invasive interventional and robotic procedures.

Key Features

Key Team Members

Minnis James

James Minnis, MD
Medical Director, Surgery & Procedures

Michael Geremia

Michael Geremia, RN, MA 
Executive Director, Perioperative Services

Donor Feature

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“We feel immensely grateful to call Marin County home. My mother was taken care of at Marin General after her stroke as was our son who had 2 seizures. Our gratitude grew with each experience and it has become increasingly apparent that a first-class hospital like MarinHealth is a gift and a privilege. We should do all we can to facilitate its growth and excellence and above all assist in serving all its community members.”
– Robert & Frannie Hohman

Maternity Care

Overview

Our Maternity Care unit is spectacular  luxurious and spacious, it’s appointed with everything moms-to-be need to have their baby their way. Our teams are renowned for their expertise and patient friendly manner, and our new surroundings provide an equally impressive environment to bring babies into the world. The unit is designed so moms can stay in one room for all stages of the birth  Labor, Delivery, Recovery and Postpartum (LDRP). Natural light streams in from large windows, and there’s ample space for caregivers and loved ones alike.

We provide the ONLY comprehensive maternity care program in Marin County and we are designated as a “Baby-Friendly” hospital, sponsored by the United Nations International Children’s Fund and the World Health Organization. This initiative recognizes hospitals/birth centers that offer an optimal level of care for breastfeeding. We are proud to be one of only 414 US hospitals and birth centers (out of more than 6,000) to hold this status.

Key Features

Key Team Members

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Sally Boero, MD
Chair, OB/GYN

Streeter Hector

Hector Streeter, MD
Medical Director, OB Hospitalist Program

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Lisa De La Fuente, CNM 
Director, Midwifery

Anne Lupus

Anne Lupus
MSN, CNL, RN 

Director, Maternity Care Services

Donor Feature

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“Two generations of our family have benefited from the care of our community hospital. We are pleased to be a part of bringing a new hospital to Marin.”
– Chris & Bob Feibusch

Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU) & Maternity OR

Overview

We are fully prepared to take on complex care for all but the most fragile newborns. UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital experts are on site to help bring high-risk pregnancies to term and help care for newborns with health issues in our Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).

The NICU is staffed around-the-clock with an in-house pediatric hospitalist who specializes in neonatology (the care of newborns). The care team also collaborates with the infant’s private physician and consults with the UCSF Benioff Neonatology team 24/7.

Our new Maternity Care department also includes two well-equipped operating rooms (ORs), and expert surgical staff is available and at the ready, 24/7. The ORs are spacious enough for specialists to move freely and collaborate on care, and most technology and equipment is suspended from ceiling booms for easy access.

Our nursing team is comprised of dedicated obstetric and neonatal nurses, specially trained to support both natural childbirth and high-risk deliveries. Thanks to this highly trained team, our cesarean section rates are very low.

 

Key Features

Key Team Members

Shavelson Karin

Karin Shavelson, MD
Medical Director, Pediatric Hospital 

Shimotake Thomas

Tom Shimotake, MD
Medical Director, NICU/Nursery

John Lee Current

John Lee, MD
Chair, Pediatric Care 

Anne Lupus

Anne Lupus
MSN, CNL, RN

Director, Maternity Care Services

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Private Patient Rooms

Overview

One of the main pillars of the Oak Pavilion design was our desire to create a truly “patient-friendly” space. Our new private patient rooms reflect best-practices design to ensure that patients receive efficient medical attention in a transformative space that helps heal body, mind, and spirit. Each room is airy and spacious, including multiple “zones” that give ample space for patients, care teams, and visitors.

Key Features

Key Team Members

Cumming Susan

Susan Cumming, MD
Medical Director, Quality, Safety, Risk Management 

Anna Sellenriek

Anna Sellenriek
Executive Director, Patient Experience 

Donor Feature

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“We are proud to have contributed time and resources to this essential project which impacts our entire community, often in times of great need.”
– Bob & Connie Peirce

Roof Garden

Overview

The Roof Garden is just one of the serene and natural spaces designed into the building here at MarinHealth Medical Center. This space is intended to provide  access to beautiful views, fresh air, and the healing power of nature. Partners or visitors can use this special space also, while visiting a laboring or new mom.