Penn Medicine / Lancaster General Health

The clinical laboratory at the Lancaster General Hospital was a five-phase project spanning five years. As the phases were completed, each lab function moved into the completed area leaving the empty area to be fit-out for the next phase of the project. The first phase consisted of a 7,515 SF one-story overbuild which houses the blood laboratory. The second phase renovated 9,500 SF of the existing blood lab into a pathology, cytology and histology laboratory. The third phase renovated the core lab bringing in the latest technology available at the time, featuring a fully automated Beckman line. The fourth phase updated the microbiology lab and morgue. The final phase added support and administrative services. The entire project includes new air handlers and exhaust units.