Platte Valley Medical Office Buildings
In 1960, the City of Brighton wanted to bring healthcare to their community and formed Brighton Community Hospital (BCH), the first private, general medical-surgical hospital in Adams and Southern Weld Counties. Renamed Platte Valley Medical Center (PVMC) in 1980, the group sought to expand its services offered to the area and enlisted Studio DH Architecture to provide tenant improvement design services to its existing Brighton Hospital campus.
With the rapid population growth of the county in 2012 and desire to provide convenient access to health care services, PVMC again reached out to Studio DH to construct it’s first extension facility, a 12,000 square foot satellite medical center providing Family Medicine, Pediatric and Internal Medicine Services along with a Women’s Center. Located in a suburban retail development, the new building was the first primary care medical building to open in Reunion.
A year later PVMC continued their expansion with a 9,750 square foot medical building in Ft. Lupton, Colorado. The facility was designed to house three practices offering family medicine, occupational health and a walk-in clinic, with additional tenant space for a future medical or dental use, and provides on-site lab testing and x-ray imaging. In 2015, PVMC joined the SCL Health System and Studio DH Architecture remains an on-call architect for design services.