Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital

Dallas, TX

Project Summary

Project Type:
Renovation
Operator/Developer:
OnPointe
Care Type:
Transitional Care

Services Provided
Interior Design, Foodservice Design & Equipment Planning
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Vibrant, hospitality-inspired space bridges the gap between skilled care and home

OnPointe partnered with Direct Supply® Aptura® to completely renovate the fifth floor of the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas to create a welcoming place where patients receive transitional care to help them return home. The design objective was to create an upscale, resort-like setting that encourages wellness and a connection to the outdoors while supporting the patient's journey to recovery. The space was designed to foster OnPointe's concierge-based operation model, which promotes patient-centric care.

The resulting design features a modern classic feel with clean lines and geometric shapes that support the contemporary, high-rise vibe. Plenty of windows flood the entire floor with light. Rich wood tones, vivid pops of color and clean-lined furnishings promote wellness. Patient suites feature ample space to accommodate visiting guests and desks that support in-room activities, such as dining and working. With a variety of amenities, including a well-appointed rehabilitation gym, hospitality stations and a Starbucks® café open to patients, guests and staff, this community enriches the lifestyles of those who stay there.

Patient Room

Custom head-of-bed wall and TV panel support the hospitality vibe, while decorative pillows add pops of color

Rehabilitation gym

A cheerful wall color and plenty of windows create a bright and welcoming rehabilitation gym

a Cafe
b Cafe

a. Several seating options provide inviting spaces to work or to enjoy a beverage or snack

b. A convenient grab-and-go café allows patients to pick up a snack on their own schedule

Lounge area

Uplifting colors bring energy into the lounge, while residential-style furniture offers a comfortable place for patients to sit and chat

c Lounge area
d Hospitality station

c. Custom wall panels add interest to the lounge area and complement the geometric fabric on the chairs

d. Hospitality stations support the community's high-end hotel atmosphere by offering beverages throughout the day