Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center

Replacement Critical Access Hospital

A rendering of the new Liberty Dayton hospital entry
A rendering of the Liberty Dayton patio and outdoor seating area
An aerial rendering of the replacement Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center campus, complete with helipad

Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center

Replacement Critical Access Hospital

Liberty, Texas

BWBR worked with owner’s representative Walker Advisory to design a replacement Critical Access Hospital campus on 10 acres for the growing Liberty County community. The new site of the replacement campus will be more conveniently located for all patients and visitors, as well as offer more options for future expansion.

The project’s guiding principles include designing an efficient and state-of-the-art facility where the community can get high quality care close to home. By fostering a simple, respectful approach to health care, BWBR created a layout that is easy to navigate, intuitive, and technologically modern.

Local Texas stone and building materials are incorporated into the design to help the new hospital fit comfortably within the southern landscape. Regional climate also played a large role in the design. The area experiences seasonal hurricanes, flooding, and hot humid summers. Water retention on the site will help to reduce the threat of flooding, while shaded public and staff outdoor courtyards will invite everyone to connect with nature in an enjoyable environment.

Size: 51,000 sq. ft.

Components: Ten private and semi-private inpatient beds; emergency services department with eight exam rooms and one trauma room; imaging services; surgery department; a community clinic; physical and occupational rehabilitation

Scheduled Completion: 2024