Halifax Health Medical Center is a 12-story facility conjoined to the existing Halifax Hospital in Daytona Beach, Florida. The 500,000-square-foot facility opened its doors in 2009. The project had a total value of $175,000,000, with an electrical contract value of $18,984,000.
Halifax Health Medical Center boasts one of the largest Emergency Departments in the United States (110,000 square feet), with 108 exam rooms, three state-of-the-art trauma rooms, four cardiac catheterization rooms and four radiology rooms. The new Patient Tower has 180 private rooms, with an additional three floors of shelled space for future use. Also located in the new facility is a coffee and cyber café.
The new hospital is equipped with a 4000A normal and 4000A emergency service, fully supported by three 1250-kW generators, with the option for two additional 1250-kW generators. The central energy plant is located 800 feet from the new Patient Tower, with an intricate duct-bank providing electrical and plumbing services.