Ivy Mountain Musculoskeletal Center

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The Ivy Mountain Musculoskeletal Center is a planned redevelopment of the former Kluge Children's Hospital on Ivy Road. The 200,000 square foot building will:

  • Relocate all UVA Orthopedic clinics into one location;
  • A new UVA Sports Medicine Center
  • A Joint Replacement Center with six operating rooms and supporting services, including a 23 hour recovery unit;
  • An imaging center that will include six to eight radiology rooms, two MRI’s, and two

Fluoroscopy suites;

  • An education and conference center;
  • All administrative functions that support the aforementioned services; and
  • A 350 car parking garage that will have a 4000 GSF central utility plant attached to it. [1]

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  1. Web. [https://www.fm.virginia.edu/docs/fpc/ads/2017/RFP17-03IvyMountainMusculoskeletalCenter.pdf Request For Letters Of Interest And Statements Of Qualifications University Of Virginia Ivy Mountain Musculoskeletal Center], University of Virginia Facilities Management, retrieved February 19, 2018.