The Victor and Gussie Baxt Building
The new Victor and Gussie Baxt Building represents the first step in The
Miriam Hospital Campaign for the Next Generation, an ambitious, $35
million capital improvement effort to build facilities worthy of the
medicine practiced here. The addition of this building greatly improves
patient care and comfort.
Our new facility includes:
Ten new operating rooms, with state-of-the-art
technology–including advanced robotics–that enables our experts
to expand our minimally invasive surgical program and attract
the next generation of surgeons.
A 25,000-square-foot radiology suite, offering the latest
diagnostic imaging and interventional technology, in a space
befit for tomorrow’s innovation.
A patient care unit with 36 private rooms, providing a
comfortable and confidential environment for patients and their
families, with the latest clinical technology located at the
bedside for the best care.
Conference rooms, custom designed to allow our physicians to
consult via video teleconferencing, thereby enhancing our
medical education programs.
A new gift shop and cafeteria, with broad menu and dining
opportunities that provide welcome respite for our caregivers,
patients and visitors.
Take a Self-Guilded Tour of
the new Baxt Building