The Katz Women's Hospital at (NSUH-LIJ) North Shore University Hospital consists of four (4) main components:
12,000SF addition of one floor (5th) of the Lippert Pavillion; 19 single bedded Obstetric Rooms and associated support space 9,400 SF renovations to the 4th floor of the Lippert Pavillion; 17 single bedded Obstetric Rooms with associated support space 9,300 SF of renovations to the 3rd floor of the Lippert Pavillion; 13 single bedded Obstetric Rooms and associated space 14,600 SF addition to the Monti Pavilion; 24 single bedded Obstetric Rooms (anti-partum)
The goal of the project is to match the physical constructs of a new and renovated Obstetrics Unit to North Shore University Hospital's reputation for providing superior care in a state-of-the-art facility. The project is pursuing a LEED Silver Certification The North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System today cut the ribbon on the first phase of the Katz Women’s Hospital, a new model for maternity care for the system, designed as a hybrid between a hospital and a hotel. The Great Neck-based system took the wraps off a facility with spacious rooms, couches that open into beds to allow guests to stay overnight, safety deposit boxes and refrigerators not as luxuries, but as standard in every room.