134,378 square feet of new construction
Construction cost: $28.8 million
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Owasso, Oklahoma is a fast-growing, upper-income community located outside of Tulsa. Several years ago, members of the Larkin Bailey Foundation felt strongly that one thing stood in the way of becoming a real town: to have their own hospital. Completed in 2006, the Bailey Medical Center is the realization of the Foundation's vision.
Fashioned as a grand lodge with an Arts and Crafts style, the 63-bed hospital connects to a medical office building and a five-room education center, all overlooking a tranquil pond. The large, open three-story atrium serves not only as a magnificent, light-filled entrance, but the well-planned heart of both public and behind-the-scenes spaces designed to anticipate future growth that may double the hospital's size.
We design on the principle that beauty isn't only skin deep—it is found through and through in functional designs that create a healing environment in which to care for a community's medical needs.