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Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center, part of the Memorial Hermann Health System and the first hospital to open in the world-renowned Texas Medical Center, embarked on a $700 million renovation and expansion to provide for Greater Houston’s growing healthcare needs. The Susan and Fayez Sarofim Pavilion is the new home of the Red Duke Trauma Institute at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center and is a testament to Memorial Hermann’s legacy of care and innovation for the community. Built to provide life-saving care for the most critically ill and injured patients, this 17-story tower provides an additional 1.34 million square feet to the existing 2.5 million-square-foot campus, allowing for the expansion of trauma, critical care and heart & vascular services—for today and tomorrow.

As part of their recent endeavors, Memorial Hermann relocated and renovated their innovative critical care air medical transport service, Memorial Hermann Life Flight, to The Susan and Fayez Sarofim Pavilion. As the new home to Life Flight, the John S. Dunn Heliport is 10,000 square feet larger than the previous helipad and can accommodate the weight of a Black Hawk helicopter.

FMG Design was commissioned to design a comprehensive donor program, donor feature wall, and life flight donor wall for the new Susan and Fayez Sarofim Pavilion.

 

Memorial Hermann Susan Fayez Sarofim Pavilion_Exterior Building

Memorial Hermann Susan Fayez Sarofim Pavilion_Interior Hall and Donor Wall

Memorial Hermann Susan Fayez Sarofim Pavilion_Donor Recognition Wall Side Detail

Memorial Hermann Susan Fayez Sarofim Pavilion_Donor Recognition Wall

Memorial Hermann Susan Fayez Sarofim Pavilion_Interior Lobby Wall Feature

Memorial Hermann Susan Fayez Sarofim Pavilion_Donor Recognition Plaque

Memorial Hermann Life Flight_Donor Wall Art and Letterforms

Memorial Hermann Life Flight_Room Sign Donor Plaque

Memorial Hermann Life Flight_Stand Alone Donor Plaque

Memorial Hermann Susan Fayez Sarofim Pavilion_Exterior Building Night

 

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