Cincinnati, Ohio

The Ambulatory Treatment Center at Bethesda North Hospital is a new

state-of-the-art infusion center based on the prototype designed and

constructed at Good Samaritan Hospital. The new infusion center is

made up of 6 private rooms, 2 “carousels” that each contain 4 treatment

bays and 4 open infusion areas to address the privacy needs of all

patients. The project also includes a new clinic with 6 exam rooms.


The $1,700,000 project consists of a 9,000 sf renovation with a new

650 sf addition to the existing Ambulatory Treatment Center. The new

addition along with a new exterior entrance gives the ATC an exterior

presence that it did not have before and to allow daylight in the space.