Family Dental Care - Mountain Home, AR
The owner of this project wanted to incorporate the latest in design and technical layout for his new clinic. Stuck Associates visited a number of new clinics in the surrounding area, as well as researched extensively the current and future trends for this type of business. The owner wanted to make a statement to his clients, as well as the community, that he was dedicated to them.
VA Overton Brooks: Dental Clinic
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs - Shreveport, Louisiana
A new freestanding Out-patient Dental Clinic building serving the Veterans of north Louisiana and surrounding areas in south Arkansas and eastern Texas. The dental clinic site adjacent to the main entry drive into the VA Campus is sited to be the south anchor to the campuses Out-patient Clinic cul-de-sac echoing the design & color palette of this campus existing buildings and scale of the north anchor the recently completed Out-patient Eye Clinic building.
A two level full service dental clinic optimizing natural day lighting in a spaces comprising 16 Operatory Rooms, 2 state of the art X-ray suites using panorex process imaging equipment, 1st Floor Dentist Lab, and a 2nd Floor 8 person Dental Lab allowing 98% of all cases to remain in-clinic for processing and flooded with natural day lighting for precise color selection of dental porcelain.
Two story, 13,000 square foot building
16 operatory, labs, and support functions
Designed for horizontal expansion which would double the building’s size
Architecture to be a blend of the main VAMC and the adjacent eye clinic.
Structural steel frame, brick veneer with metal stud back-up, metal standing seam roof.
Project will encompass sustainable design principles
Flo & Phil Jones Hospice House - Jonesboro, AR
The St. Bernards Regional Medical Center hospice house, named for Flo and Phil Jones, is an 18,700 square-foot facility with 20 private suites, a chapel, a family day room, a kitchenette, administrative offices and support spaces. The overall size of the facility is broken down into smaller pieces by articulating the individual patient suites and a few of the common spaces. This brings the scale down to a more of a residential look. The exteriors are a combination of brick, EIFS and a metal roof.
Through the use of stained wood trim and lighting we achieved an atmosphere that is warm and familiar like one’s home. Large windows fill each patient suite and the common spaces with natural light; to continue this idea, a skylight has been placed over each nurses’ station bringing natural light deep into the center of the facility. Families may visit the patient at any time. Each patient room is furnished with residential style soft chairs and a couch all of which can be used by a family member who wants to spend the night.
A covered drive in front of the home offers a convenient entryway, protected from the elements. Patients and their families can enjoy a covered porch for sitting and talking or listen to the peaceful sounds of a waterfall. They can also enjoy the use of a chapel for services and reflection, and a day room with a dining area for family activities.
Other Relevant Project Experience
American Home Patient - Jonesboro, AR
Arkansas Methodist Medical Center - Paragould, AR
Arkansas Department of Human Services - Little Rock, AR
Baltz Dental Clinic - Pocahontas, AR
Baptist Health Medical Center - Little Rock, AR
Baxter Regional Medical Center - Mountain Home, AR
Bradley County Medical Center - Warren, AR
Brinkley Hospital - Brinkley, AR
Brooks Medical Supply - Jonesboro, AR
Campbell Clinic - Blytheville, AR
Cardiology Associates - Jonesboro, AR
Cardiovascular Associates of Northcentral Arkansas - Mountain Home, AR
Carroll County General Hospital - Berryville, AR
Central Arkansas Hospital - Searcy, AR
Clopton Clinic - Jonesboro, AR
Crossridge Community Hospital - Wynne, AR
Delta Medical Center - Brinkley, AR
De Queen Regional Medical Center - De Queen, AR
Eureka Springs Municipal Hospital - Eureka Springs, AR
Family Counseling Center, Inc. - Kennett, MO
First Care Family Practice Clinic - Jonesboro, AR
Fulton County Hospital - Salem, AR
Hearne Family Practice Clinic - Little Rock, AR
Howard Memorial Hospital - Nashville, AR
Kerr Medical Office Building - Mountain Home, AR
King Eye Clinic - Pine Bluff, AR
Lafayette County Hospital - Lewisville, AR
Lafayette County Hospital - Lewisville, AR
Lawrence County Hospital - Walnut Ridge, AR
Marion County Residential Care Unit - Yellville, AR
National Center for Toxicological Research (NCTR) - Jefferson, AR
Neurology Associates - Jonesboro, AR
Northeast Arkansas Internal Medicine Clinic - Jonesboro, AR
North Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute - Springdale, AR
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center - Harrison, AR
North Central Arkansas Medical Associates - Mountain Home, AR
Northeast Arkansas Eye Care - Jonesboro, AR
Ozark Eye Center - Mountain Home, AR
Metro Centre Health Clinic - Little Rock, AR
Primary Care Physician Facility - Paragould, AR
Pro Med of Jonesboro, Inc. - Jonesboro, AR
Quality Care Pharmacy - Arkadelphia, AR
Randolph County Medical Center - Pocahontas, AR
Rebsamen Regional Medical Center - Jacksonville, AR
St. Bernards Regional Medical Center - Jonesboro, AR
Saint Vincent Health System - Little Rock, AR
Saline Memorial Hospital - Benton, AR
Baptist Health Medical Center Stuttgart - Stuttgart, AR
Terkeurst Urology - Mountain Home, AR
Turner Memorial Hospital - Ozark, AR
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences - Little Rock, AR
Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System - North Little Rock, AR
White County Medical Center - Searcy, AR
Hospice Of The Ozarks - Mountain Home, AR
The Baxter Regional Medical Center Hospice of the Ozarks in Mountain Home, Arkansas was the first stand-a-lone hospice facility to be designed under the newly adopted Hospice Regulations for the State of Arkansas. It is a 14,025 square-foot facility with 12 private suites, a chapel, a family day room, a kitchenette, administrative offices and support spaces. Its design allows for the addition of six private suites. The overall size of the facility is broken down into smaller pieces by articulating the individual patient suites and a few of the common spaces. This brings the scale down to a more residential look. The exteriors are a combination of brick, EIFS and a shingle roof.
Through the use of stained wood trim and lighting we achieved an atmosphere that is warm and familiar like one’s home. Large windows fill each patient suite and the common spaces with natural light. Families may visit the patient at any time. Each patient room is furnished with residential style soft chairs and a couch all of which can be used by a family member who wants to spend the night.