Shriners Hospital for Children Lexington Ambulatory Surgical Center and Clinics
In 1926, Shriners Hospital in Lexington opened to treat children with polio. Today, the hospital specializes in treating pediatric orthopedic problems. Much of the surgery done at Shriners is now outpatient, allowing patients to return home the same day or shortly after. In addition to Shriners, University of Kentucky (UK) Hospital Ophthalmology services will also be housed in the new facility.
- 116,600 sf ambulatory surgical center and clinic
- Contains 2 operating rooms, sterile processing, decontamination services, 4 post anethesia care unit bays, 6 pre-post rooms, motion analysis lab, 4 infusion bays, 2 radiology rooms, 2 visual evoked potential and electroretinogram testing rooms and multiple exam and laser rooms