Gold award is the highest recognition in the Medical Project category
LOS ANGELES (February 27, 2017) – Good Samaritan Medical Pavilion,
located in downtown Los Angeles, received a Gold Award at the Los Angeles
Business Journal’s 2017 Commercial Real Estate Awards ceremony.
Awards are given to the biggest, best and most notable commercial real
estate projects in Los Angeles, and Good Samaritan Hospital’s new
Medical Pavilion received top honors in the Medical Project category.
The Good Samaritan Medical Pavilion is a seven-story, 196,968 square foot
building developed by Good Samaritan Hospital. The building, prominently
located on Wilshire Boulevard just west of the 110 Freeway, is designed
by the architectural firm of Ware Malcomb and constructed by Millie and
The Medical Pavilion’s first floor consists of a discount retail
pharmacy, resource center, women’s imaging center, radiation oncology
center, and indoor/outdoor cafe. The second floor is dedicated to the
Frank R. Seaver Ambulatory Surgery Center, made possible through the Seaver
Institute gift. It consists of eight operating suites, 10 preoperative
stations, 28 recovery rooms and a 1,700 square foot waiting room/lobby.
The remaining floors will house private physician offices and hospital clinics.
“The Good Samaritan Medical Pavilion is our response to the growing
need for medical services in Los Angeles,” said Andrew B. Leeka,
president and CEO of Good Samaritan Hospital. “The project teams
of Ware Malcomb Architects and Millie and Severson have done an outstanding
job of bringing our vision to life. We placed a lot of consideration in
the design phase in terms of patient safety and at the same time ensuring
that the facility presents the absolute finest state-of-the-art medical
building for the physicians and the community.”
About Good Samaritan Hospital
First opened in 1885, Good Samaritan Hospital is a 408-bed tertiary care
facility offering some of the most comprehensive care in Los Angeles.
Specializing in cardiac, orthopaedic, oncologic, ophthalmologic, and women’s
services, Good Samaritan Hospital offers various medical and surgical
programs in its six centers of excellence: Heart & Vascular Center,
Comprehensive Orthopaedic Center, Davajan-Cabal Center for Perinatal Medicine,
Pancreatico-Biliary, Tertiary Retinal Surgery, and Transfusion-Free Medicine
& Surgery Center. For more information visit www.goodsam.org.