Phase one 2016–2018
The front door and lobby for the new Children’s Hospital Kennedy Outpatient Center. Opened to the public in December 2018.
Approximately 90,000 sq. ft. of new construction for pediatric imaging, lab services, pharmacy, and pediatric specialty clinics such as cardiology, neurology, genetics, gastroenterology, orthopaedics and more.
A newly constructed building located on Third Street across from the main Erlanger facilities.
The front entrance features an authentic steam engine built in 1891, the same year Erlanger was founded, on permanent loan from the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum.
Self check-in on friendly computer stations.
Original art used in every exam room and throughout the building.
Each floor is uniquely themed, with interactive discovery centers to engage children and distract them from their illnesses.
Discovery Centers include a Secret Garden, a child friendly Fire Truck Cab and a Tow Truck named Sally.
Clinical areas designed with kids and parents in mind to relieve anxiety.
All imaging technology and equipment is child-sized and safe for kids.
Now in the fundraising stages - a dedicated Pediatric MRI and Procedure Center
our next vision
The new Children’s Inpatient Tower is being planned. It will include the Children’s Inpatient rooms as well as the Children’s Intensive Care rooms.
All new, expanded Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), connected to the Mother’s Unit.
The new Tower will provide labor and delivery.
The new Inpatient Tower is being planned to meet the needs of four adult service lines to accommodate the growing needs of Erlanger.
Supporters with a desire to help a specific adult service they are passionate about will now be able to donate to a meaningful adult medical area.