Penrose-St. Francis Health Services ~ Tri-Lakes Health Pavilion

Monument, Colorado

Project Description

Boldt teamed with Penrose-St. Francis Health Services and The YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region to bring the Tri-Lakes Health Pavilion to Monument, Colorado. This facility is a 50,000-sq.-ft. project connected to the current YMCA. This integrated facility was born out of the desire for Penrose-St. Francis to have a partner in the northern part of town. Boldt opened up communication with the YMCA and brought both organizations to the table. Through the integrated facility, providers have the ability to better manage the population’s health and well-being. The building opened in January of 2015.

“Our long term vision is to toss out the old convention of only going to the doctor when you're sick and dealing with the sometimes massive and expensive bureaucracy that comes with hospitals and medical hand-offs,” said Margaret Sabin, president and CEO of Penrose-St. Francis Health Services. “It may sound counterintuitive, but as a true healthcare system our goal is to keep people healthy and out of hospitals, utilizing them most appropriately for those life events that require the scale and proportions a hospital can provide—and we are supporting that goal by investing in programs and services… to keep people healthy."

Unique Obstacles

  • Bringing together a collaborative team that believed in preventative care in an integrated health and wellness setting.

  • Site constraints of the current YMCA campus.

Solutions

  • A unique partnership between a healthcare provider, community leader and Boldt to bring a comprehensive and integrated healthcare facility to the area.

  • Strategic design and placement of the connectors allowed for a seamless building.

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Boldt's Role

Owner, Developer

Key Points

  • This health facility is connected to the current YMCA, making the visit to the doctor that much easier helping keep our people healthy.
Jameson Smith

“…We wanted to be somewhere that was easy to access… And we wanted to continue our focus on healthy neighborhoods. This project accomplishes all of that – and more. ”